Posted by: Indonesian Children | April 25, 2009

PROFESSIONAL RESOURCES

GENERAL INFORMATION
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA)
New Jersey Speech and Hearing Association
New Jersey Department of Education – Special Education
Net Connections for Communication Disorders and Sciences
Healthtouch
Speech Paths
Speech Therapy Activities
A monthly online newletter with lesson plans, links, and ideas.
Council for Exceptional Children (CEC): Division for Children with Communication Disorders
Speech Delay Discussion Group
Speechville
A wonderful resource for parents of children with speech or language delays.
Communication Connects
This site is dedicated to speech/language pathologists, educators and parents, encouraging development of functional communication skills in children in all environments. Included are informational articles related to fostering good communication, a story-making machine, forums, links which include IEP goal ideas, fun therapy activities, organizational forms and much more.
SLP/AUD Directory Project
A directory of websites pertinent to speech language pathology and audiology.
Speech Therapy Ideas

Speech Therapy Blog with lots of good ideas to use with your clients.
APHASIA

By His Side – Life and Love after Stroke

by Fastrak Press- By His Side: Life and Love after Stroke is a courageous story of determination, hope, patience and love as stroke patient John Quann and his wife Eileen work together to recover. After coping with the initial terror of the stroke, they are faced with the challenge of living with and recovering from aphasia, a communication disorder that affects a person’s ability to understand, speak, read or write.
APRAXIA

Apraxia Kids Homepage
This site includes information for parents and therapists
Children’s Communication Apraxia Research Education Foundation
Developmental Apraxia of Speech (ASHA)
Developmental Verbal Dyspraxia

 

ARTICULATION

 

AUDIOLOGY

I especially like the anatomy of the ear section. There is also a helpful list of links.
AUGMENTATIVE COMMUNICATION

augcomm

Resources for Augmentative Communication
AUTISM

Autism – Beyond Autism
Autism-PDD Resources Network
Language Images
This site includes a forum for discussions, posting articles, and a calendar for conferences. They also have an information page with descriptions of how to create and implement visual supports for adults and children. Some ready-made schedules are for sale.
Picture Exchange Communication System (by Pyramid Educational Consultants)
Tinsnips

is a special education resource. It contains tools for teachers of individuals with autistic spectrum disorders, related developmental disabilities, and children with special needs. Quite a few of the activities are also appropriate for Pre-K and Kindergarten. Great FREE materials to download.🙂
CENTRAL AUDITORY PROCESSING

What are Central Auditory Processing Problems in Children? Fact Sheet from the Learning Disabilities Association
Central Auditory Processing Disorders

Links to various resources for CAPD.
CLEFT PALATE

Wide Smiles, Cleft Palate Resources

 

DEAF AND HARD OF HEARING

 

Daily Cues
DeafSpot
Handspeak – A Sign Language dictionary
Hard of Hearing and Deaf Students: A Resource Guide to Support Classroom Teachers
Interactive Sound Ruler An interactive tool to teach clients about loudness levels of various environmental sound and how loud is too loud.
Language Matters
National Cued Speech Association – official website
National Cued Speech Association – additional information
National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders
DYSPHAGIA

Dysphagia Online
A “one stop internet shop” for anyone wanting information on dysphagia and its treatment.
Dyspahgia Resource Center

LANGUAGE DISORDERS

Early Childhood Language Development Chart (0 – 6 yrs)
What’s normal and when should you be concerned about your child’s developing language skills? (Kidsource/US Dept. of Education)
Early Identification of Speech-Language Delays and Disorders (ASHA)
Finding a Voice: Perspectives on Language Acquisition by Anne Pycha
A good article on language acquisition at Brain Connection.
Questions and Answers about Child Language (ASHA)
Information about Speech and Language Disorders National Center for Children and Youth with Disabilities
Language and the Adolescent (ASHA)
Language Based Learning Disability (ASHA)
Speech and Language Development Chart (Learning Disabilities Association of America) This is a handy chart showing normal development as well as what you can do to stimulate language skills at each age.
Wordfinding.com
Social Communication A site developed by the University of Washington that defines social communication, reviews formal assessments, provides references, and more. Worth looking at for those children with functional communication disorders.

ORAL MOTOR

Beckman Oral Motor Therapy
Sara Rosenfeld-Johnson’s Talk Tools

PHONOLOGICAL/PHONEMIC AWARENESS

Beginning Reading And Phonological Awareness For Students With Learning Disabilities
PALS Resources
Learning to Read – Tips for Teachers

SELECTIVE MUTISM

Gail Goetz Kervatt’s resources for selective mutism.

STUTTERING

Answers to Questions About Stuttering (ASHA)
The Australian Stuttering Research Centre
Good information about stuttering and its treatment
Information for Parents of Disfluent Children
Provided by The Stuttering Center of Western Pennsylvania
National Stuttering Project
Stuttering Foundation of America
Stuttering Prevention
Stuttering Home Page

VOICE

Answers to Questions about Voice (ASHA)
The National Center for Voice and Speech
Of special interest are the pages on research and vocal hygiene .
The Larynx A good anatomy lesson on the larynx or “voice box”. You can even download a movies of the vocal cords in action!
Prevention of Vocal Nodules
A good source of information by Michelle White, a student in communication disorders from Marshall University.
A Singer’s Notes: Preventing Vocal Nodules
from the Wake Forest University’s Center for Voice Disorders
The Voice Center at Eastern Virginia Medical School
provides a web site devoted to describing disorders of the voice and the larynx. It contains good information on vocal anatomy as well.
Maintaining a Healthy Voice
A website from The Voice Center at Eastern Virginia Medical School
Teachers: Take Care of Your Voice

 

 

 

 

 

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