Access Schools

Issue Focus: Literacy

May 2015

Access Schools addresses the specific needs of speech-language pathologists working in schools.


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What is ASHA's stance on the role of the SLP in literacy development?

ASHA's stance is that SLPs have the specialized knowledge and experience needed to identify communication problems and to provide the help that children need to build critical language and literacy skills. ASHA's Literacy Gateway offers detailed explanation of SLPs academic training that equips them to address literacy skills, roles for SLPs, and links to practice policy documents regarding the topic.

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The next issue of Access Schools is coming July 2015! Address comments and suggestions for future Access Schools topics to Aruna Hari Prasad or Neil Snyder at For information, resources, or responses to questions about school practice, e-mail

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