Tag Archives: 27 May 2011

Therapist Resource of the Week: Addictive Summer Reading Lists for Kids of All Ages

Special Thanks to Literacy Speaks for suggesting this week’s Therapy Resource of the Week – Addictive Summer Reading Lists for Kids of All Ages [Source: Make and Takes.com] Want to get your kids addicted to reading all summer? Sometimes it … Continue reading


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Vermont Tops National Ranking Of Disability Services

[Source: Disability Scoop] Vermont offers the best Medicaid services for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities while Mississippi provides the worst, according to an annual ranking released Thursday. The 50-state analysis from United Cerebral Palsy compares services offered across the … Continue reading


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Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS) in Neurodevelopmental and Idiopathic Contexts

By: Lawrence D. Shriberg Waisman Center, University of Wisconsin-Madison [email protected] We have proposed that programmatic studies of apraxia of speech as it reportedly occurs in diverse neurodevelopmental and neurological disorders can inform research on the core features and diagnostic markers … Continue reading


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Guest Blog: Top 5 Ninja Characteristics All Speech Pathologists Have

By: Erik X. Raj, CCC-SLP Copyright 2011. Reprinted with the express permission of the author as it appeared on his blog Artic Brain When most people hear the word “ninja,” images of Power Rangers, mutant turtles, or extremely fast people … Continue reading


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