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SLP Corner: Two SLPs Multiply a Child’s Gains Through Collaboration

[Source: Leader Live] Meredith Gennaro and Stephanie Sigal are speech-language pathologists who met in September 2017 when they began working with the same child. This school year, I worked with another speech-language pathologist to help 4-year-old Michael improve his articulation … Continue reading


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SLP Corner: Early Intervention SLP Must-Haves

[Source: Home Sweet Speech Room] So you just accepted a job as an Early Intervention SLP.  Maybe you’re a CF just starting out.  On the other hand, maybe you’re a seasoned SLP making a career move.   If you’re using this … Continue reading


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PT Corner: Hide and Seek

by:  Shelley Mannell, PT, C/NDT We’ve been playing hide and seek with the topic of muscle tone for a lot of years; I even had one instructor who refused to discuss the topic of tone because we couldn’t agree on … Continue reading


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SLP Corner: Speech Intelligibility and Childhood Verbal Apraxia in Children with Down Syndrome

Editor’s Note:  We originally published this article with permission back in October of 2013.  We reprint it here for its enduring value to clinicians by Libby Kumin; Source: Down Syndrome Online Many children with Down syndrome have difficulty with speech … Continue reading


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Worth Repeating: Helping Your Child Produce the /g/ Sound at Home

[Source:  North Shore Pediatric Therapy] It is common for young children to make certain sound substitutions as their speech and language skills are developing. One example is substituting /t/ for /k/ (e.g. saying “tar” instead of “car”); another is substituting /d/ … Continue reading


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