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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.
Aural rehab is related to the management of hearing loss. In this post, we will define aural rehab and the role that speech-language pathologists play in this area.
Phonological awareness skills are essential for learning how to read. Intervention may be warranted if a child does not meet age-appropriate standards for literacy-related skill areas. This article discusses how to use our formula to write phonological awareness goals (with goal bank)!
Cluttering is the lesser-known fluency disorder when compared to stuttering, but it can have a big impact on communication. In this post, we will cover writing cluttering goals following our goal writing formula! Check out the goal bank at the end as well.
In our experience, effective organization has become a key component to being a successful clinician/instructor (or caregiver for that matter). Our ‘Best of’ for July highlights some of the ways we stay organized and links to some of our favorite products.