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Working with Internationally Adopted Children

Note: Internationally adopted children are not the same as bilingual children. International adoptees do not typically maintain their first language. Typically, families are not able to maintain their first language.

The ASHA Leader Articles

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Consumer Information

Speech and Language Development in International Adoptees brochure

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