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How do I work with an interpreter during a speech-language evaluation

I had a call from a speech-language pathologist in a school district in Virginia that has students who speak many different languages.  They use interpreters in their evaluations with these students and the SLP had some questions about HOW to utilize the services of the interpreters. The first question this

School-Based Speech-Language Pathology Must Change

The Confession Dear School-Based SLP, I need to apologize to each of you.  I often find myself standing in front of you and telling you all that it is going to be okay.  You will be okay, SLP, and your efforts are always worth it.  You come up to me

Case Study: The Dreaded S Sound Meets Bilingualism. Eeeewwww!

So the S Sound stinks.  Let’s just admit it.  Whose idea was it to take one of the most difficult sounds to produce and add high linguistic value to it. Sorry Charlie, if you can’t add the S Sound to a word, you are only going to get one piece

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