This set of 20 handouts are perfect to help spread awareness of the role and importance of speech-language therapy in the school setting! They are designed to explain the overall role of speech-language therapy, what different communication disorders are and how they can impact the school setting, what standardized testing is for and how to interpret scores, IEPs/504s, and speech-language services in school settings versus private practice.
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These are very helpful to give to parents, classroom teachers, special educators, administrators, and other therapists! You'll want to make copies to hand out at IEP meetings and at the beginning of every school year.
→ Overview of Speech-Language Therapy
→ Speech-Language Therapy – School vs. Medical
→ IEP vs. 504
→ Standardized Testing – What is it for?
→ Standardized Testing – How to interpret scores
→ Articulation Disorders
→ Phonological Disorders (with explanations of each process)
→ Speech Sound Disorders & the School Setting
→ Stuttering & the School Setting
→ Language Disorders
→ Language Disorders & the School Setting
→ Language Processing Disorders
→ Language Processing Disorders & the School Setting
→ Pragmatic Language Disorders
→ Pragmatic Language Disorders & the School Setting
→ Autism & the School Setting
→ Hearing Loss & the School Setting
→ Suggested Websites
This is a great product to suggest to your district to purchase multiple licenses, which are available at half price for each additional user!
*A bonus selection of four different cover options are included at the end of the file, should you choose to bind the pages together.*
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