Julia Gray tells how her own experience with speech therapy inspired her to pursue a career in speech-language pathology and hopefully change lives as much as her life was changed.
The Value of a Crumpled Receipt: Inexpensive, readily available objects can turn treatment into a flood of sensory experiences for the youngest of clients.
E-Book Features Unrelated to Narrative May Hinder Preschooler Learning
Find Funds for Needed Resources: How can educational audiologists or school-based speech-language pathologists match the right funding sources to their needs?
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