Good stuff happening on the internet this week in speech pathology:
- Creating Culturally Specific Therapy Materials and Methods: Natasha discusses what she found on a recent trip to Vietnam, where she visited a young speech pathology program.
- Speech Facebook Frenzy May 4-5
- Study Confirms Tummy Issues More Common in Kids with Autism:
Children with autism are four times more likely than other kids to experience gastrointestinal troubles, researchers say in a new study providing the largest look ever at the issue.
- How to help your child talk: Imitation and Turn-taking: From a very young age, children learn to take simple turns and imitate what they see and hear. The skills of imitation and turn taking are vital to overall development including speech and language. Children imitate our sounds and words and eventually turn those imitations into language! But what if your child rarely imitates you? Here are some tips.
- New research links motor skill deficiencies to autism severity
- Pragmatic Language Intervention for Adults with Autism
- 5 Corny Jokes just for SLPs