• Hadil

    OT

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    Occupational Therapist

    Hello! This study was conducted to assess the effectiveness of using play and song strategies towards developing pre-reading
    and pre-writing skills among preprimary pupils .

  • Jana

    OT

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    Occupational therapist

    Hello everyone i will share with you This systematic review of randomized controlled trials (RCTs) aims at evaluating the efficacy of Occupational therapy (OT) interventions in Asperger's syndrome (AS) pediatric patients.
    http://www.clinicaterapeutica.it/2019/170/5/12_GALEOTO.pdf

  • Liri

    SLP

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    Website

    Storytelling isn't just for bedtime. In speech therapy, it's a gateway to language development, comprehension, and emotional connection. Explore our latest blog for insights into making every word count. Click here to read more about the innovative strategies and success stories that are shaping the future of speech-language pathology.

    https://content.liricare.com/the-powerful-impact-of-storytelling-in-speech-therapy/

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    Anonymous

    Parent

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    Hi! I'm new to this group. I recently joined because I have a daughter with speech delay.

  • Melanie

    SLP

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    Bilingual Speech Pathologist

    How can SLPs help children of color heal from collective trauma? "Collective trauma" explains the psychological distress experienced when a group or large community experience a shared trauma. This can be the psychological impact of watching protests and riots in response to police brutality cases like George Floyd, or other experiences like the ever-going water crises in Flint Michigan.

    Pepperdine University (2021) provides insights on how we can help children heal from collective trauma. This is necessary for SLPs so we can ensure the welfare of the people we services (ASHA Code of Ethics, 2023).

    You can see the article HERE: https://onlinegrad.pepperdine.edu/blog/children-of-color-collective-trauma-recovery/#supporting

  • Melanie

    SLP

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    Bilingual Speech Pathologist

    How can we support parents with disabilities?

    I'll be meeting with Dr. Robin L. Dodds, an associate professor who specializes in early childhood education to unpack this question.

    If you don't have any Valentine's Day plans, we'd love for you to join us this Wednesday on the Pediatric Speech Sister Show Network on Youtube and LinkedIn!

    We go LIVE on 2/14/24 at 4pm PT/6pm CT/7pm ET

    Dr. Dodds is also a parent of children with disabilities and we'll get to hear her perspective navigating the SPED system despite her own expertise!

    What questions would you like to ask her? Let us know in the comments!

    Subscribe and get notified here: https://www.youtube.com/live/zj9Ud6J6Lfc?si=cHhfKjtD0e-3k-uL

  • Linkedin

    Mai Ling

    SLP

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    Speech Language Pathologist / Executive Business Consultant

    Doing research for an upcoming presentation, Ethical AI in Speech Therapy: Harnessing the Future with Responsibility, and came across this.

    "The $20 million, UB-led initiative — funded in January by the U.S. National Science Foundation and Institute of Education Sciences — will create artificial intelligence systems that ensure children with speech and language disorders receive timely, effective assistance."

    "Since then (April, 2023) researchers have begun lab researching and building prototypes of two AI systems: the AI Screener, which will identify potential speech and language impairments by listening to and observing children in classrooms; and the AI Orchestrator, which acts as a virtual teaching assistant to SLPs by providing students with ability-based interventions."

    AI is here and can be a positive or negative for speech therapy. What do you think of programs replacing speech-language pathologists?

    Read the entire story by Cory Nealon here:
    https://www.buffalo.edu/grad/news.host.html/content/shared/university/news/ub-reporter-articles/stories/2023/09/exceptional-ed-institute-update.detail.html

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  • The covid kids starting school unable to speak

    Liri

    SLP

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    During the pandemic, she says accessing speech and language development services became increasingly challenging for parents whose children were struggling as many places closed down.

    By the time services had moved online, long waiting lists had built up, meaning children like Cali were left behind.

    https://www.bbc.com/news/health-67511716

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    The Covid kids starting school unable to speak
  • Perfect holiday gifts for your sped team, slp s...

    Mai Ling

    SLP

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    Speech Language Pathologist / Executive Business Consultant

    Perfect holiday gifts for your SPED team, SLP Secret Santa, CF mentor and mentee ... and YOUR wishlist too!

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  • Rsa animate: changing education paradigms

    Matthew

    SLP

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    SLP/Entrepreneur

    This is more relevant now than ever! It's time to start shifting how we educate children here in the U.S. and around the world. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zDZFcDGpL4U

    RSA ANIMATE: Changing Education Paradigms
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    RSA ANIMATE: Changing Education Paradigms