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"Differential Diagnosis & Treatment Planning for Speech Sound Disorders"

Presenter: Linda D'Onofrio, MA, CCC-SLP


June 19, 2020


We are listening. We are learning. We stand in solidarity with our Black members and colleagues in the fight against systemic racism.

Our team is currently working to develop a long-term plan to further use this platform to help fight for racial justi...

Clinician Considerations

So far in my blog series, Telepractice: Prepare for Success, I have shared information and guidance related to Systems and Technology, Client Considerations, and Brick-and-Mortar vs. Virtual Schools. The final recommended area of consideration h...

Telepractice: Brick-and-Mortar vs. Virtual Schools

As detailed in the first two parts of my Prepare for Success series, it is essential to understand both necessary Systems and Technology as well as Client Considerations when transitioning from an onsite to a teletherap...

typically the most pressing question of speech-language pathologists who are considering and researching teletherapy is, “What clients will or will not be appropriately served by this service delivery model?”

Our guest contributor Nina Reeves, M.S. CCC-SLP BCS-F from and Stuttering Therapy Resources, Inc and Stuttering Therapy Services and Seminars discusses what to do when his teacher doesn’t notice, (and doesn’t seem to be bothered) by his stutter.

Nina was recently f...

October 24, 2019

Most of us SLPs struggle to get our therapy-kids to do their homework. We know that extra practice time outside of therapy can really help.

But, just because we give it to them, doesn’t mean they do it. Right? 

Aye, there’s the rub.

Undaunted, perhaps you’ve made a d...

All speech-language pathologists are now aware of the term "evidence-based practice" (EBP) and the pressure to become evidence-based practitioners. However, most of us have zero ideas on how to actually use what the evidence suggests within our clinical setting. I do n...

October 4, 2019

When you open your “file cabinet” for treatment, how are your materials organized? My guess is that–just like I used to do– your materials are organized by impairment: verbal expression, auditory comprehension, thought organization, sustained attention, short-term memo...

If you’re an SLP working in the schools, students with language disorders might take up a good portion of your caseload.

That’s why one of the most common questions that pops up in the groups of SLPs that I mentor is how to do a good language screening.

Common questions...

September 20, 2019

As home health therapists, sometimes we find ourselves on the isolated Therapy Island, population of one…

Traveling from patient to patient, we live in our cars and don’t interact much with other therapists throughout the day.

To overcome this isolation and challenge mys...

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