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Hi my wife and I were born in the US and have a generic American accents. My children were also born here in New Jersey. My older son is 4 and we spoke
If bilingual students are included in normative sample of a language assessment, can you report scores for bilingual student instead of just describing
I’m currently working as a private SLP and I have a 5yo who came to me with substitution of /t/ for /s/ and /sh/. He immediately was able to correct his
Hi, my name is Jackie and I'm currently a grad student in the speech speech program at USC. For one of my assignments, my professor wants us to ask fellow
I was trying to reach a basal on a test and the child got the first one wrong (at his age level) so I worked backwards. The basal is 8 and the ceiling
Articulation disorder (currently in treatment also was during childhood then took a brake). Stuttering (started in high school). Noticed that during therapy
Hi, I worked at a school and just recently received an email to screen a bunch of kindergarten students for articulation. I screened one yesterday that
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Speech therapy progress is exciting but sometimes hard to share with parents and teachers. Much gets lost in translation until now. Read more here.
My 3yo son had been asking me and others to repeat ourselves for the past several months. When I asked him recently if he could tell me whether it is