Let's Talk SLP: Patient Education Handouts for Children
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Thirty-eight Let’s Talk handouts on specific topics provide a starting point for conversations with the speech-language pathologist and clients and their families. For those handouts addressing disorders, the intent was to provide some background information about the particular disorder but to primarily focus on how the SLP can help clients improve their speech, language, or swallowing. Topics related to assessment and intervention focus on the role the SLP plays in such activities.
The topics address issues in children from infancy to adolescence, with an emphasis on the preschool and school-age years.
View a sample [PDF].
- Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
- Auditory Processing Disorder
- Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC)
- Autism and Communication Problems
- Baby Signs and Your Child
- Bilingualism and Your Child
- Brain Injury in Children
- Cerebral Palsy: Speech, Language, and Swallowing Issues
- Childhood Apraxia of Speech
- Cleft Lip or Palate
- Down Syndrome: Speech, Language, and Swallowing Issues
- Early Identification of Speech, Language and Swallowing Problems
- Early Intervention for Speech, Language and Swallowing Problems
- Feeding and Swallowing Problems in Children
- Fragile X Syndrome and Your Child
- Getting Help When Your Toddler Isn't Talking
- Helping Your Child Learn to Listen and Talk
- Improving Communication in Children With Intellectual Disabilities
- Inclusion and Your Child
- Language Disorders in Children
- Language Disorders in Teenagers
- Learning Disabilities and School Age Children
- Learning the Rules for Conversations
- Learning to Tell Stories
- Moving From Early Intervention to School Services
- Response to Intervention (RTI)
- Selective Mutism
- Services Delivery Models and SLPs in Schools
- Speaking Tips: Having Conversations
- Speech and Language Services in the Schools
- Speech Sound Disorders
- Stuttering in Young Children
- Tongue Thrust: Swallowing and Speech Problems
- Voice Problems and Your Child
- What Is the Difference Between Speech and Language
- Working With Your Service Coordinator
- Your Child’s Reading and Writing
- Your Child's Speech and Language Evaluation
Use the hand-outs to
- Give to new clients and families
- Use as a marketing tool
- Share during health fairs, open houses, PTA meetings, or other patient education opportunities
- Share with other professionals during in-services and meetings
The product includes a User Guide with more information about the product and how to use it with your patients. Written in easy to understand language, Let’s Talk information comes on a CD and can easily be customized with your contact information and printed out to give to your clients and their families.
Also available in Spanish. View Hablemos: Patient Education Handouts for Children en Español.
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