Parents, caregivers, and teachers should have opportunities to provide input about an individual’s skills when a speech-language pathologist (SLP) is completing a comprehensive assessment. This post covers what types of questions SLPs can ask parents, caregivers, and teachers.
Link to our S Articulation Bundle with multiple BINGO boards included (and more printable/downloadable resources)! For /s/ targets in the initial, medial, and final positions.
Expressive language is the language that we produce or use to communicate messages. One’s primary expressive language system can look different depending on the individual. We will talk about how phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, and pragmatics play a role in expressive language.
Articulation goals with goal bank included in this post! Part of our larger goal bank series. We discuss our Communication Community Goal Writing Formula and how you can use this to write quick and easy artic goals for therapy.
Looking for a quick, easy, and free way to practice speech sounds? Check out our Bingo board featuring TH (voiced) initial position words for articulation. It can be used in person or virtually!
Dysarthria is a motor speech disorder that has a significant range in terms of its severity. There are actually 7 different classifications of dysarthria and we will discuss the clinical implications of each. Additionally, we will look at how dysarthria differs from other motor speech disorders.