Tag Archives: SLP

AAC Corner: How I Do It: A Year of Core Words in Action

[Source: PrAACtical AAC] Some of the best resources are the ones that we can modify to use in ways that fit our own specific needs. In this post, SLP Kim Hurley, a graduate of Indiana University, shares her experiences in experimenting … Continue reading

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SLP Corner: Playing with Sounds Leads to Phonemic Awareness

Editor’s Note:  Thank You to Reading Rockets for suggesting this article. According to Teresa Byington, associate professor of early childhood education, University of Nevada, “We can help our children develop their phonemic awareness and the best way is to play … Continue reading

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Neuroimaging Reveals Hidden Communication Between Brain Layers During Reading

[Source: Science Daily] How is a language represented in the brain? This question is challenging, as language involves many regions throughout the brain that interact in a dynamic way. For instance, when people read a word, they combine ‘bottom-up’ (lower … Continue reading

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Pediatric Therapy Corner: Join? Why?

Editor’s Note:  This article was written by an SLP, but is relevant and important for all pediatric therapists and clinical professionals!   Get Connected! by Annie Doyle, CCC-SLP I will admit it, for many years I was not a member in my local … Continue reading

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SLP Corner: Improving Prosody in Childhood Apraxia of Speech

By: Sarah M. Gee, MS, CCC-SLP What is prosody? When it comes to childhood apraxia of speech (CAS), many therapists are stumped. Even after helping a child find some words, there can be other problems including grammar delays and underdeveloped … Continue reading

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