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Speech Therapy, Audiology and Your LD Child:
Tips, Strategies, Possibilities

Articles From Special Education Professionals

 

  Living and Working with a Central Auditory Processing Disorder (CAPD)
by Judith W. Paton, M.A., Audiologist

 

 

  Teaching Kids with Language Disorders to Answer Wh-Questions
By Susan Berkowitz, M.S.,M.Ed., C.C.C.,SLP

 

 

  Response Speed Delay: What it means When a Child Says "huh?"
by Joan Smith, Ed.D., of www.edu-therapeutics.com

 

 

  Techniques to Facilitate Speech and Language Development in Young Children
by Craig Selinger, M.S., LIcensed Speech Therapist

 

 

  Young Children with Down Syndrome: Information for Parents and Teachers
by Kathlyn, Tipton, M.A., L.E.P. of edteaminc.com

 

 

  What are the Eseential Skills a Child Needs for Learning?
by Joan Smith, Ed.D., of www.edu-therapeutics.com

 

 

  Word-Finding Disorder in Children
by Linda Balsiger, M.S., CCC-SLP

 

 

  Some Underlying Causes of Auditory Processing Disorders
by Dr. Etta Brown, Educational Psychologist, Oakland, CA

 

 

  What is Speech Therapy, and How Can it Help Your Child?
By Stephanie Barry, M.S., CCC-SLP of Independent Speech, LLC

 

 

  Helping You and Your Child Express Feelings
by Dr. Brian Brown, Associate Director, Brehm School

 

 

  Help Your Child Articulate Correctly
By Stephanie Barry, M.S., CCC-SLP of Independent Speech, LLC

 

 

  Sensory Motor Therapy and the Role of the Speech Language Pathologist
By Kimberly Bell, M.S.,CCC-SLP, Speech-Language Pathologist,

 

 

  Conversation and Social Interaction Skills: Can a Speech Therapist Help?
By Stephanie Barry, M.S., CCC-SLP of Independent Speech, LLC

 

 

  Understanding CAPD
by Scott Crouse, of www.ldinfo.com

 

 

  NIHL and Hearing Loss
By Stephanie Barry, M.S., CCC-SLP of Independent Speech, LLC

 

 

  Music Therapy for Your Child's Speech and Language Issues
By Melissa Ward, MT-BC, Music Therapist

 

 

  Why Can't My Child Just Listen?
By Linda Balsiger, M.S., CCC-SLP

 

 

  Strategies to Help When Dealing with Paperwork, Giving Presentations or Reading Lengthy Material
By Stephanie Barry, M.S., CCC-SLP of Independent Speech, LLC

 

 

  Vocal Nodules in Children: Treatment Options
By Lauren Gans

 

 

  How to Find the Right Speech Therapist--What to ASk, What you Need to Know
By Stephanie Barry, M.S., CCC-SLP of Independent Speech, LLC

 

 

  What is Prosody? When Your Tone of Voice is Off
By Stephanie Barry, M.S., CCC-SLP of Independent Speech, LLC

 

 

  Understanding NLVD (Non Verbal Learning Disabilities)
by Scott Crouse, of www.ldinfo.com

 

 

  Assessing for Language Learning Disability (LLD)
By Linda Balsiger, M.S., CCC-SLP

 

 

  Strategies to Increase Effective use of Aided Communication
By Susan Berkowitz, M.S.,M.Ed., C.C.C.,SLP

 

 

  When to be Concerned about Your Child's Speech and Language Development
By Kimberly Bell, M.S.,CCC-SLP, Speech-Language Pathologist,

 

 

  Reading Fluency: Speed, Accuracy, and Prosady
by Linda Balsiger, M.S., CCC-SLP

 

 

  Literacy for Students with Complex Communication Needs
By Susan Berkowitz, M.S.,M.Ed., C.C.C.,SLP

 

 

  Auditory Verbal Therapy
By Rena Levi, M.A.,CCC-SLP, Cert AVT

 

 

  Speech Language Intervention Services in Schools Today
By Susan Berkowitz, M.S.,M.Ed., C.C.C.,SLP

 

 

  Ten Common Roadblocks When Beginning a Home Speech and Language Therapy Program
by Sabra Gelfond, M.A., CCC-SLP

 

 

  Overview of Augmentative Communication Considerations
By Susan Berkowitz, M.S.,M.Ed., C.C.C.,SLP

 

 

  Maintaining Speech Therapy Progress Over the Summer Months
By Stephanie Barry

 

 


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