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Early Intervention Evaluations PART III: Assessing Children Under 2 Years of Age

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In this post, I am continuing my series of articles on speech and language assessments of children under 3 years of age. My first installment in this series offered suggestions regarding what information to include in general speech-language assessments for this age group, while my second post specifically discussed assessments of toddlers with suspected motor speech […]

New Product Giveaway: Comprehensive Literacy Checklist For School-Aged Children

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I wanted to start the new year right by giving away a few copies of a new checklist I recently created entitled: “Comprehensive Literacy Checklist For School-Aged Children“. It was created to assist Speech Language Pathologists (SLPs) in the decision-making process of how to identify deficit areas and select assessment instruments to prioritize a literacy […]

Introducing New Product Service: Comprehensive Report Tutorials

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For those of you who follow my blog you know that I have not been publishing any new posts since August 31 of this year. For that I sincerely apologize! These past few months have been very busy. I did a lot more speaking engagements than last year as a result of which I have been preparing […]

The Frenzied SLPs Jan ’15 Edition: Investing Wisely

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I am thrilled to be a part of The Frenzied SLPs, which is a group of talented SLP bloggers and TPT sellers who each month bring you a variety of suggestions on how to simplify the life of the frenzied SLPs.  At the beginning of each year, many of us try to make a variety of resolutions on […]