CLINICAL TOPICS

Social Communication Disorders in School-Age Children

Overview

Incidence and Prevalence

Signs and Symptoms

Causes

Roles and Responsibilities

Assessment

Treatment

Resources

ASHA Resources

Components of Social Communication [PDF]

Consumer Information Page: Social Language Use

Directory of Speech-Language Pathologist Assessment Instruments

Self-Assessment for Cultural Competence

Social Communication Benchmarks [PDF]

SIG 1's Perspectives

SIG 12's Perspectives

SIG 16's Perspectives

Brinton, B., Robinson, L., & Fujiki, M. (2004). Description of a program for social language intervention: If you can have a conversation, you can have a relationship. Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools, e35(3), 283-290.

Hadley, P., & Schuele, M. (1998). Facilitating peer interaction: Socially relevant objectives for preschool language intervention. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 7, 25-36.

Westby, C. , Burda, A., & Mehta, Z. (2003, April 29). Asking the right questions in the right ways: Strategies for ethnographic interviewing. The ASHA Leader. Retrieved from www.asha.org/Publications/leader/2003/030429/f030429b/.

Organizations and Related Content

speechBITE

References

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