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verbal autistic child suddenly exchanges consonants

A verbal autistic child - 7 years old - suddenly started to exchange consonants. Often N instead of M, sometimes D instead of B, T instead of P. He says

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Basics! What are aims?

Hi there, I am an NQP just starting out in my first job and am so overwhelmed by the whole experience that I am getting bogged down by even the most basic

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TILLS

I am wondering about the TILLS (Test of Integrated Language and Literacy Skills). I do not currently have this assessment and so don't have access to the

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Speech Therapy HedBanz - Fresh and Effective Ideas

Read our fresh and effective speech therapy HedBanz ideas! You can use these games for toddlers and school aged kids. Seriously!

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Phonological process disorder aveoler fronting

My daughter has a phonological process disorder. She was diagnosed with this through a professional speech pathologist. I am working with her at home (no

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Low tech aac E Tran board

I have a young client, who is non-verbal using eye gaze through an e-Tran board to communicate. Recently the client has been consistently chosing the same

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Kitten's First Full Moon Story Companion Materials For Speech Therapy

Speech, vocabulary, and language materials to supplement Kitten's First Full Moon. They are appropriate for preschool and elementary age students!

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Dysphonia Following Anoxic Brain Injury

I work in a SNF and have a patient who suffers from dysphonia following an anoxic brain injury. The brain injury happened at least 2 years ago and the

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Apraxia

Does a child with Apraxia sometimes have a light accent with certain words. An Example When A Child With Apraxia Says ... Don’t Touch This. A Chance That

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Phonological Processes

Hi- If a child is dropping off the last sound of a word sometimes, but not all the time, is it still considered a phonological process error... like

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Bridget is an ASHA certified, practicing speech-language pathologist. She is passionate about providing parents with information on child speech and language development as well as provide functional, easy activities to do at home! Parents have the power to make a real difference. Follow Bridget at Facebook and Pinterest for more fun!

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