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A Field Study of Telepractice for School Intervention Using the ASHA NOMS K-12 Database

This article describes the characteristics and effectiveness of a telepractice speech-language therapy program for school-age children. The telepractice service delivery model was effective for most students included in the study. Gabel, Rodney, Grogan-Johnson, Sue, Alvares, Robin, Bechstein, Leah, and Taylor, … Continue reading

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Transition to postsecondary education: a call for evidence-based practice

The authors report transition policy and programs have primarily focused on preparing students with disabilities for employment and that public policy has gradually broadened to include emphasis on transition to postsecondary education. The authors recommend a transition research agenda resulting … Continue reading

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Hispanic Parents During Family-Cenered Speech-Language Intervention

Kummerer presents strategies for implementing collaborative, family-centered language intervention with Hispanic parents and their children with communication disabilities. General strategies include establishing a trusting relationship, valuing parents as experts of their children, creating mutually constructed goals, accommodating families’ schedules and … Continue reading

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