Speech therapy is a type of service that can help children with speech, language, and/or feeding and swallowing needs. Speech-language pathologists (SLPs) are educated clinicians who may work with children to improve their communication and feeding skills.
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.
Books are one of the best resources for encouraging speech, language, and communication development. The following are some of our favorite books to use in therapy and at home.
Functional speech sound disorders include both articulation and phonological disorders. In this article, find definitions of both, treatment approaches, and tables with approximate mastery ages.
"Mid tech" and "high tech" augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) devices are discussed in this article. This is the third post in a three-part series on types of AAC devices.