Speech and Language Pathology Materials

Speech and Language Assessment Materials

Speech and Language Disability Percentage Calculation 

Speech and Language Disability Percentage Calculation: "Speech and language disability" means a permanent disability arising from conditions such as laryngectomy or aphasia affecting one or more components of speech and language due to organic or neurological causes. ...

Western Aphasia Battery-Revised (WAB-R)

The Western Aphasia Battery-Revised (WAB-R) is a modified version of the Western Aphasia Battery (WAB; Kertesz, 1982). It is an individually administered test designed to assess a patient's language function following a stroke, dementia, or other acquired neurological...

Modified Checklist for Autism in Toddlers-Revised (MCHAT-R)

Modified Checklist for Autism in Toddlers-Revised (MCHAT-R): The Modified Checklist for Autism in Toddlers-Revised (MCHAT-R) stands as a crucial tool in the realm of early childhood development and neurodevelopmental screening. Developed as an updated version of the...

Childhood Autism Rating Scale 2 (CARS-2)

Childhood Autism Rating Scale 2 (CARS-2): The Childhood Autism Rating Scale Second Edition (CARS-2) stands as a pivotal tool in assessing and understanding autism spectrum disorders in children. This article delves into the intricacies of the CARS-2, focusing on its...

Gilliam Autism Rating Scale 3 (GARS-3) Scoring Interpretation

Gilliam Autism Rating Scale 3 (GARS-3) Scoring Interpretation: The Gilliam Autism Rating Scale, currently in its third edition, stands as one of the most widely utilized tools globally for assessing Autism Spectrum Disorder. Designed to aid educators, parents, and...

Test of Articulation – Goldman Fristoe | ARIZONA | Hindi

Test of Articulation - Goldman Fristoe | ARIZONA | Hindi:  Test of Articulation or Picture Articulation Test (PTA) is a widely used assessment tool that evaluates an individual's ability to pronounce specific speech sounds correctly. It involves presenting the...

How to do an Oral Mechanism Exam

How to do an Oral Mechanism Exam: The Oral Mechanism Exam, often referred to as the Oral Peripheral Mechanism Examination (OPME), is a comprehensive assessment conducted by speech-language pathologists, dentists, and other healthcare professionals. It aims to evaluate...

Speech and Language Therapy Materials

Vocal Hygiene Checklist and Handout Pdf Download

Vocal Hygiene Checklist and Handout Pdf Download: Vocal hygiene, often overlooked but essential for maintaining optimal vocal health, is a comprehensive set of practices and habits crucial for preventing voice-related issues. The well-being of the vocal folds and...

Barbara Hodson Cycle Approach

Barbara Hodson Cycle Approach: The Cycle Approach, developed by Barbara Hodson, is designed to address the unique needs of individuals with complex communication disorders, particularly those with highly specialized vocabulary demands. Hodson's approach comprises...

Core Vocabulary Approach – Goals | Steps | Activities

Core Vocabulary Approach - Goals | Steps | Activities: According to Dodd, Crosbie, and Holm, "the treatment of choice" for kids with erratic speech sound outputs who could be resistive to contrast therapy or conventional therapy is the core vocabulary approach. They...

Metaphon Therapy – Approaches and Activity

Metaphon Therapy - Approaches and Activity: In the realm of speech therapy, Metaphon Therapy stands as a promising approach that offers a fresh perspective on treating speech disorders. By focusing on Metaphon Therapy - Approaches and Activities, this article aims to...

Distinctive Features Speech Therapy

Distinctive Features Speech Therapy: Distinctive feature therapy is a specialized approach within speech therapy that focuses on targeting and refining specific speech sound features. It addresses the unique elements that distinguish one sound from another, allowing...

Minimal Pairs Speech Therapy for Articulation Disorder

Minimal Pairs Speech Therapy for Articulation Disorder: In the world of language, nuances matter, and even the slightest differences in pronunciation can lead to significant distinctions in meaning. This intricate play of sounds and syllables forms the basis of...

Phonetic Placement Therapy – Techniques | Cues | Chart

Phonetic Placement Therapy - Techniques | Cues | Chart: Phonetic Placement Therapy is a speech therapy technique used to correct speech sound errors by focusing on the precise placement of articulatory structures such as the lips, tongue, and vocal cords. It's often...

Van Riper Traditional Articulation Therapy

Van Riper Traditional Articulation Therapy: Traditional articulation therapy is a structured and effective approach to address speech disorders. Through accurate assessment, personalized goals, consistent practice, and family involvement, individuals can overcome...

Melodic Intonation Therapy (MIT): Goal | Steps | Phrases

Melodic Intonation Therapy (MIT): Goal | Steps | Phrases - Melodic Intonation Therapy (MIT) is a specific speech therapy approach created to aid people with non-fluent aphasia and apraxia of speech in regaining speech function. Beginning with short, incredibly...

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