Tips for Assessing Bilingual Children As a Monolingual SLP

Posted on November 27, 2013 by Leisha Vogl | 0 Comments

Even bilingual speech-language pathologists will encounter situations in which the client's primary language is unknown. There are standardized, evidence-based tests for the Spanish-English popula...

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A Tool to Help Children Ask for Help

Posted on October 03, 2013 by Tatyana Elleseff | 0 Comments

I’ve created a “Strategies of Asking for Help” chart for my clients who are verbal but have mild cognitive impairment (IQ 70+) or have average cognition. I keep this chart in the child’s line of vi...

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