Bilingual Therapy Resources Linky Party!

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bilingual therapy resources link upThe Dabbling Speechie is having a bilingual therapy resources Linky Party so I decided to join in and write a few posts on what I am using and referencing when it comes to assessment and treatment of bilingual and multicultural children.

First up I’d like to tell you a little bit about the post I wrote and materials I created for this purpose.

A few months ago I did a post on Integrating aspects of multiculturalism into group language therapy sessions where I offered some suggestions on how to integrate multiculturalism into your group therapy sessions, which included books, activities and websites.

Below are a few products I’ve created for bilingual/multicultural assessment and treatment purposes:

I also created specific products relevant to comprehensive data collection and narrative assessment of multicultural children

  • General Assessment and Treatment Start-Up Bundle
    • This product bundle contains 5 downloads for general speech language assessment and treatment planning and includes:
      1. Speech Language Assessment Checklist for a Preschool Child
      2. Speech Language Assessment Checklist for a School-Aged Child
      3. Creating a Functional Therapy Plan: Therapy Goals & SOAP Note Documentation
      4. Selecting Clinical Materials for Pediatric Therapy
      5. Recognizing Speech-Language delay in school age-children: a tutorial for teachers
  • The Checklists Bundle
    • This product contains 4 checklists relevant to screening and assessment in speech language pathology
      1. Speech Language Assessment Checklist for a Preschool Child
      2. Speech Language Assessment Checklist for a School-Aged Child
      3. Auditory Processing Deficits (APD) Checklist for School Aged Children
      4. Social Pragmatic Deficits Checklist for School Aged Children
  • Narrative Assessment Bundle
    • This product contains ontains 3 downloads relevant to narrative assessment
      1. Narrative Assessments of Preschool and School Aged Children
      2. Understanding Complex Sentences
      3. Vocabulary Development: Working with Disadvantaged Populations

What materials are you using to assess your bilingual/multicultural students?

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