The speech pathology links chosen for this page will direct you to other sites that feature information about language disorder, autism, speech sound errors and dyslexia.
I add links that I find useful and interesting, or offer more specialised information than speechlanguage-resources can provide.
SpeechPathologyGraduatePrograms.org was created to support those entering the field of communicative sciences and disorders by providing a dedicated resource where aspiring speech-language pathologists can learn about graduate program options, state licensing requirements, national certification, specialized areas of practice, earning potential, and more.
Cerebral Palsy Group: Cerebral Palsy Group is an online resource for anyone who has been affected by cerebral palsy, brain injuries, or birth injuries. The link takes you to a page that has information specific to speech therapy.
Speech Therapy for Cerebral Palsy: Another great site dedicated to informing parents and carers about cerebral palsy. The link takes you to a webpage that has great practical information about speech and communication intervention options for children with cerebral palsy.
Cerebral Palsy Guidance: A very well designed and informative site that provides clear guidance for parents with children with cerebral palsy, including the development of children's communication skills.
Sight Words: A terrific site that promotes and educates the critical importance of phonemic awareness to early reading and learning success. Lots of information and downloads to explore. Highly recommended.
GradSchools.com: GradSchools.com is the no. 1 graduate school directory on the planet.
Cynthia Lyons Literacy Tutor: Cynthia is a qualified Speech Pathologist with over 12 years practising experience in adult and
child speech and language related disorders. Cynthia promotes the importance of language based literacy skills in young children and works in the Geelong - Surf Coast region of Victoria, Australia.
Parenting Science: Founded by a biological anthropologist, Parenting Science is dedicated to families who want information based on the scientific evidence.
Online Education Database: This is a highly practical and useful website for any who are contemplating online higher education courses. OEBb reviews 83 accredited online colleges. An excellent website that's certainly worth exploring.
Kid's Language Resources This website offers language and speech resources to buy and lots of interesting blog posts. The site's focus is on speech and language difficulties concerning children in the early years.(0-6) Kid's Language Resources is designed by Speech Pathologist, Linda Hurst.
First School Years: This website offers a range of information pertaining to communication and language of children between the ages of 5-9. The site offers many worksheets and resources to help support young children in their first years of school.
Sites for Teachers: This website provides links to dozens of websites that have information that teachers can use in their classrooms.
I Can: This website is a charity whose mission is to ensure no child who struggles to communicate is left out or left behind.
Speech Tails: a terrific new site with a host of great features such as an online speech assessment for parents to complete, and an online speech learning system.
Speech Language Therapy: Caroline Bowen PhD is an Australian Speech-Language Pathologist with an International web site. Her clearly written, user-friendly and regularly updated web site provides theoretically sound information for families, students and SLP professionals about speech, language, voice, fluency and pragmatic disorders in children. Fact is clearly differentiated from opinion throughout the site.
Speech Teach: an excellent UK based site that has dozens of highly useful therapy materials that can be downloaded from their site.
Speech Teach also has a forum where speech pathologists and other education and health professionals can log onto.
The forum has speechies who offers advice and professional opinion on a wide range of speech-language related topics.
Speech Pathology Australia: is the national peak body for the speech-language profession Down Under. The Speech Pathology Australia website features a vast array of information about all aspects of the profession.
The website has extensive information about professional development programs for speech-language pathologists. It also features essential information about what a speech-language pathologist does, and what their professional role is.
Speech-Language-Development.com: is a site created by speech-language pathologist, Robert Kurtz. Robert's site focuses on speech/articulation and language disorders in pre-school children, and has loads of great information on those subjects.
A unique feature on Robert's site is you get to ask him questions about speech and/or language disorder, to which he responds promptly.
Language Fix: is a site that reviews the latest journal articles and books related to language and cognition. Really worth a look.
Sites for Teachers: an excellent site designed specifically for school teachers. It features dozens of free articles and links to other sites.
OLSEL: The Oral Language Supporting Early Literacy research initiative seeks to develop the oral language competence of students in the early years.
The OLSEL website has lots of good information about oral language and its importance in the development of literacy skills in young children.
speechdelay.com A well presented site that features excellent information about speech milestones, and also has a forum.
Speaking of Speech: This excellent site is an interactive forum for speech/language pathologists and teachers to improve communication skills in our schools.
Speech Therapy Information and Resources Here you'll find comprehensive information on all aspects of human communication and speech therapy, including speech, language, voice, stuttering and anatomy.
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