Also Worth Repeating: The Role of the SLP in Improving Reading Fluency
The Role of the SLP in Improving Reading Fluency
Kamhi, A. (2003, April 15). The ASHA Leader.
ASHA recently adopted the position that speech-language pathologists can and should play a critical and direct role in the development of literacy for children and youth with communication disorders (Ad Hoc Committee on Reading and Written Language Disorders, 1999). SLPs can play many different roles in facilitating reading in children with and without communication disorders. These roles include prevention, identification, assessment, intervention, monitoring, and follow-up. SLPs also can play important roles in curriculum and instruction, advocacy, leadership, and continuing education.
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