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Speech and Language Disorder links

Links to other speech and language challenges and disorders.

Auditory Processing Disorders
From the American Speech Language Hearing Association

The Difference Between Auditory Processing and Language Processing
From Northshore Pediatric Therapy

Children’s Speech Sound Disorders
By Caroline Bowen, PH.D., Great article on the terminology and definitions for speech sound disorders

Information about Speech and Language Disorders
from The National Information Center for Children and Youth with Disabilities, Fact Sheet 11

Language Pragmatics and NLD
It’s As Plain As The Nose On Your Face
A checklist of pragmatic skills from Nonverbal Learning Disability.

OnlineCEUs.com
Online continuing education courses related to a variety of speech and language issues. OnlineCEUs.com offers practical continuing education courses with handouts that therapists, educators, and healthcare professionals can immediately use with their students or clients.

Pragmatic Language Tips
From ASHA, helpful ideas for helping children to communicate in conversation and social situations.

Pragmatics, Socially Speaking
From ASHA: helping children learn the rules for appropriate social language known as pragmatics

Semantic-Pragmatic Disorder
From Caroline Bowen

Signs and Symptoms of Various Speech and Language Disorders
from the Kaufman Speech Center

Specific Language Impairment
From the National Institute on Deafness and Communication Disorders

Feeding and Swallowing Disorders in Children
From the American Speech Language Hearing Association

New Visions (Feeding and Swallowing Resource)
Suzanne Morris website
New Visions provides continuing education and therapy services to professionals and parents working with infants and children with feeding, swallowing, oral-motor, and pre-speech problems.

Tongue-Tie
From Caroline Bowen, Ph.D.

Word Finding Difficulty
Information and resources on Word Finding difficulties  for professionals, parents, and learners with word finding difficulties.