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Marissa Webb 👩🏻‍💻🦸🏻‍♀️ Oct 21
Look what arrived today!!
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Ryan O'Donnell Sep 2
Working on a Mr. Potato Head Google Slides activity for my wife who's a Speech Language Pathologist to use with her students during I still need to get more choices but a fun start. Feel free to make a copy & share
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NYU Steinhardt Communicative Sciences & Disorders Sep 3
Welcome to our new clinical assistant professor, Dr. Stacey Rimikis.
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Rachel R. Romeo Sep 30
THREAD. Ok, this must be said. To everyone who is down on Joe Biden for sounding, slow, old, confused last night -- let's put things in perspective. Biden has been managing his fluency disorder (also called stuttering) his whole life.
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ASHA Oct 22
ASHA has sent a letter to the program director at WIBC in Indianapolis demanding an apology from Tony Katz for his recent remarks about stuttering.
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Ianessa Humbert, Ph.D., CCC-SLP Sep 29
My story... "Black Rockette: Perspectives of a black female speech language pathologist in academia"
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Caroline Jagoe Sep 4
Look what arrived! Our book in real life ☺️
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Dr Ryann Sowden Oct 14
Absolutely brilliant idea from . Culturally appropriate resources for people from African and Caribbean backgrounds with dementia. What stunning designs! Perfect for working with adults with dementia.
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Banter Speech Oct 25
In this, our third infographic on functional communication, our Vivien Wong, outlines 10 practical ideas parents of children aged 0-5 years can use to increase their child's participation and communication skills.
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Banter Speech Oct 11
In this, our second infographic about functional communication, we look at the 'F-Word Framework', which is aligned with the .
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Ryan O'Donnell Sep 5
Here's another SLP resource. Its a balloon pop reward for students during . Its built in PowerPoint so it won't work in Google Slides. Ss can choose which balloons to pop, with sound effects some hidden objects too.
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ASHA Marketing Solutions 11m
Spend 2 hours of quality time interacting with members by sponsoring an ASHA Live Online Chat! Opportunities are now open for 2021! You pick the subject matter & answer their questions. Get more details:
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Tami Altschuler Oct 16
A former ICU patient emailed me this morning and shared that she kept the alphabet board I gave her and made it into a placemat. “It reminds me every day to think about how much I take for granted.”
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jenya.iuzzini-seigel Sep 24
Clear vinyl masks reduce audibility of high frequency speech sounds: what it means for individuals w CAS.
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Beccy Smith Oct 8
A successful day of 3D food printing with . We printed mashed potato and chocolate ganache! If you have dysphagia and would like to discuss the use of 3D food printing to make appealing pureed foods, follow the link
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Carrie Price Sep 14
Do know about the great database called that indexes intervention studies in ? It's pretty super!
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Hannah Simkins Aug 26
Any voice specialists come across possible COVID related voice issues? We've had a ref for a child with paradoxical cord movements but limited experience in our team. Help! could you please rt to wider circle?
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DLDandMe Oct 16
There is no research that shows that two languages are harder for children with DLD than one. Learn more at 
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Nottingham University Hearing Sciences Oct 7
New Publication! Revised 15‐item Glasgow Benefit Inventory with five factors. The improvements to the widely used GBI have beneficial implications for both research and clinical practice. Browning, Kubba &
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DLDandMe Oct 16
The kinds of errors bilingual children with DLD make depend on the languages they know. Learn more about  and bilingualism at
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