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Speech & Language Therapy

Speech-Language Pathology refers to the study, diagnosis, and treatment of communication disorders tied to various components of speech, including language, swallowing, voice, and fluency. Some fields of study of Speech and language therapists include articulation, expressive language, receptive language, pragmatic language, speech fluency, and voice among others.
7 articles available under Speech & Language Therapy
» Structure of Therapy: Structure of Tx Antecedent Stimuli
A manual composed of how speech therapy is structured. The guidance manual discusses what Antecedent Evoking Stimuli is and instructions of how to evoke response from students.   Read more...
» Speech and Language Case Study – A Closer Look at a Child’s Speech and Language Treatment
Training explores a case study about a boy born with a cleft palate. Topics include the case history, speech and language information about the boy, and the treatment approach. It explains information necessary to understanding if the treatment approach is appropriate for other children. Training emphasizes that the child must be able to practice what she/he learned in a classroom and home environment.   Read more...
» Speech and Language Screening
A speech-language screening summary form for students from grades K-12.   Read more...
» Picture Exchange Communication Systems (PECS): What Works for Your Student
The presentation defines what PECS is and an explanation of the appropriate time to implement PECS in a student's lessons. The training explains the six stages of PECS and how to use the system. Sample strategies are included to illustrate how to work with students. The training concludes with an activity consisting of the most common used words in the PECS lessons.   Read more...
» Articulation Training - Techniques to Help Elicit Sounds
Training describes techniques to help elicit sounds. Topics include the bilabials, labiodentals, interdental, alveolar, central palatal, velar, and glottals. Training explains the skills needed to teach sounds.   Read more...
» Speech and Grammar Games and Activities
List of suggested games and activities that can be used for speech therapy. Lists include the price of games, the goals of using them, and what they help with.   Read more...
» Speech and Language Pathology
An overview of what a speech and language pathologist is and the types of speech and language disorders speech pathologists give services for. The different kinds of speech disorders include articulation, voice, fluency, language, and dysphagia. Students are assessed before getting into the Speech and Language Therapy Program to determine whether they do need speech and language therapy. Guidelines that are used to assess the students are included in the presentation.   Read more...