This presentation describes brief but important considerations and resources to use when assessing the articulation/speech production and language of children with Down syndrome.
This guide is appropriate for speech-language pathologists who work
Use these quick articulation and syllable screening forms to:
*Determine the presence/stimulability of phonemes and syllable shapes in single words
*Consider typical second language learning processes for English Language Learners who speak Spanish
These visual aids can be displayed and used to target vocabulary building, teach basic concepts, scaffold descriptions, strengthen word associations, and provide a compensatory strategy for students with language disorders and for students learning
This is a welcome letter written in English and Spanish for parents of children receiving school-based speech and language treatment.
This is a word document, but it has been protected so it appears to be highlighted. The highlighted space is the
This no-frills word document is a cover sheet that can be used alongside a case history form in order to instruct families on the need for obtaining background information about their child. *This is a cover sheet ONLY, no case history
Infographic created by Kelly Ibanez, bilingual Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) and author of The HOLA Blog. Created for use with parents, educators, therapists, medical staff, and anyone else who requires education regarding bilingual language
These sentence frames follow English grammar rules for adjectives (size, color, category, location). Use them alongside the description visual aids for best results.
These sentence frames are especially useful for students learning English as a