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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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Autism And Apraxia

Friendly Hello, Is it possible for a child to just have apraxia?

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Scientific Name of The Speaking Techniques - Help Needed Please

Hello to everyone, I've just migrated to USA from India for my grad education. I used to stammer sometimes when I'm not able to follow the following technique:

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L Blends For Speech Therapy: Word Lists, Game Ideas, and More!

Use these l blends speech therapy materials to help your child. There is a bit of everything here. Come and explore!

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R Blends For Speech Therapy: Materials, Games, and Word Lists

Explore our r blends free materials, games, and word lists. There is a little something for everyone here.

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resonance problem in hearing loss

Hi, I have been working with a boy who has a hearing impairment (10 years old) and he is a CI user. He got education with an auditory-oral approach. He

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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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