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Language development

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In this course, Debra details an effective instruction method that can be used with children of all ages—conversational interaction. It can be successfully applied with heterogenous groups with a variety of disorders—language, articulation, fluency, even voice. She explains how to keep the kids focused, on target, and verbal by using manipulatives. Very informative and practical.

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If your “soup” is turning into “thoop” and your “zippers” are “thippers”, you may have a frontal lisp. My article on fixing lateral lisps has received a lot of traffic and I’ve had many requests for a similar article on frontal lisps, so here goes!

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Children with language delays can struggle with grammatical markers, including pronouns! It helps to stop and teach these children pronouns a bit at a time. Today I'm showing you how to teach the pronouns "he" and "she" to a child who isn't using them correctly. BTW, you can also teach gender-neutral pronouns this way as well but we have to break it down and start with just a few at a time. While you're doing this though, you can start talking about how some people prefer different pronouns.

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In this course, Kristin Chmela discusses the role of counseling when working with students who stutter. SLPs will walk away with practical tips and strategies to navigate communication attitudes with confidence.

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What is joint attention? It is a skill that is required in order for a child to learn how to speak. Learning to talk doesn't seem that difficult, however a lot of skills must be accomplished prior to first words being spoken. Let me explain why...

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