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"Differential Diagnosis & Treatment Planning for Speech Sound Disorders"

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


K and G Sensory Therapy: Two Tasks to Get the Back-Tongue Moving!

Hi there, SLPs! Do you have a first grader (or even a third grader) that says /t/ for /k/ and /d/ for /g/? Today's guest contributor, Char Boshart, MA, CCC-SLP shares her top /K/ and /G/ Sensory Therapy techniques. Char is a featured presenter on articulation topics for, and host of the hugely popular podcast, The Speech Link. Listen FREE on iTunes, then earn .1 ASHA CEU for each episode when you subscribe to! Without further ado, enjoy today's post from Char! When I was in the schools, there was always one child that hung on to his or her fronting and wouldn’t let go. Our fronting-kids are frequently tough to remediate. We stim-the-kid till the cows

Working on Spelling? Here's Why SLPs Should Be!

Original post: ​ "Speech-language pathologists aren't supposed to be working on spelling." Or are they? I'd make the argument that they should be. SLPs know they play a role in building literacy skills. But how that role plays out in day-to-day practice remains up for debate…especially when it comes to spelling. If you search through the vast amount of therapy materials on Pinterest, Teachers Pay Teachers, or some of the other places you can go for materials, you’ll find a decent number activities focused on building skills such as reading comprehension, vocabulary, or phonological awareness. But oddly enough, you won’t f

So Many Myths, So Little Time! The Top 3 Myths About Stuttering

Today's guest contributor is Nina Reeves, M.S. CCC-SLP BCS-FD from and Stuttering Therapy Resources, Inc and Stuttering Therapy Services and Seminars. In today's post, she discusses three of the most common misunderstandings people have about stuttering. The original post comes from her blog and can be found here. Nina has also been a featured guest on The Speech Link podcast hosted by Char Boshart, M.S., CCC-SLP. More information about that episode is below, but let's get right into today's topic! Have a great day, SLPs! As professionals who work with people who stutter, we realize that stuttering is one of the most misunderstood communication disorders. For example, how many times have you

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