Have you ever evaluated a student who is exposed to two languages and wondered whether their speech patterns were due to a speech disorder or cross-linguistic influence? If so, you are not alone. And, sadly, many of these students get referred for speech therapy when they do not have a
We had an amazing conversation with members of our SLP Impact Community where veteran SLPs shared speech and language therapy techniques they use to continue to have great results even as their caseloads and workloads are increasing. These are not suggestions to address specific disorders. These are suggestions about how
As we close out the month of April 2022, we complete our 20th year at Bilinguistics serving culturally and linguistically diverse learners and individuals with communication disorders. It’s hard to believe that it was 20 years ago that a handful of us (Dr. Christine Fiestas, Dr. Rachel Aghara, Dr. Brenda
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