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Reading Comprehension Strategies and Worksheet (PQRST) for Kids

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PediatricSLPLanguage DevelopmentLiteracy
Use this resource to support older readers that need assistance to organize and improve reading comprehension of academic or nonfiction texts.
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Supporting Literacy Development in AAC Users

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PediatricSLPAACLanguage DevelopmentLiteracy
Literacy, the ability to read and write, is an essential skill for academic success in individuals with disabilities especially those utilizing AAC as a primary means of communication. This resource summarizes how to support AAC users in early literacy development. Beukelman, D. R., & Light, J. C. (2020). Augmentative & alternative communication: Supporting children and […]
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Encouraging Non-Nutritive Sucking in Infants

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PediatricSLPBirth to 3Feeding and Swallowing
Non-nutritive suck has been found to be one of the single most important prognostic indicators of motor, cognitive and oromotor development in neonates and term infants. Loeb, D. F., Imgrund, C. M., Lee, J., & Barlow, S. M. (2018). Preterm neurodevelopmental outcomes following orosensory entrainment intervention. Journal of Neonatal Nursing, 24(4), 203-207. Poore, M. A., […]
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Culturally Affirming Executive Function Skills and Supports

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PediatricSLPExecutive Function
This resource helps you recognize and support executive functioning skills from non-dominant cultures and helps to broaden the perspective on therapeutic interventions for executive functioning challenges. Alcalá, L. (2023). The developing of executive function skills through culturally organized autonomy and helping. Infant and Child Development.House, R. J., Hanges, P. J., Javidan, M., Dorfman, P. W., […]
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Quick Reference Guide to Early Language and Speech Sound Treatment Approaches

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PediatricSLPArticulationBirth-3Language Development
This is a quick guide to what evidence-based treatment approaches exist to tackle speech sound and language disorders in children under 6 years old. Alt, M., Meyers, C., Oglivie, T., Nicholas, K., & Arizmendi, G. (2014). Cross-situational statistically based word learning intervention for late-talking toddlers. Journal of Communication Disorders. Peter, B., Potter, N., Davis, J., […]
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My Child Stutters: Now What? Parent/Caregiver Handout

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PediatricSLPFluency
This is a parent/caregiver handout that provides a starting point for families to begin navigating the impacts of stuttering on their child. Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research. (2024, March 2). Stuttering. Mayo Clinic.
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Parent Training Tips for AAC Implementation

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PediatricSLPAACLanguage Development
Parents and caregivers are the initial teachers of communication skills to young children. Children who require augmentative and alternative communication to support language require additional support from caregivers to acquire the language as well as access the language within their system to functionally communicate. Laubscher, E., Pope, L., & Light, J. (2024). “You Just Want […]
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Pediatric Feeding Data Collection Sheet

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PediatricSLPBirth to 3Feeding and Swallowing
Using data to support feeding decisions can be vital in improving feeding outcomes in infants. This chart provides a consistent way to monitor feeding outcomes with input, output and quality indicators to monitor quality-based feeding.
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Thickened Liquids Signs – IDDSI Language

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AdultPediatricSLPDietsDysphagiaFeeding and Swallowing
These signs can be placed at head-of-bed to serve as helpful reminders for patients, staff, and family.
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Implementing the Stuttering Modification Approach for Pediatric Patients

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PediatricSLPArticulationFluency
This resource outlines stuttering modification approaches with tools to use them and support home practice. Kohmäscher, A., Primaßin, A., Heiler, S., Da Costa Avelar, P., Franken, M.-C., & Heim, S. (2023). Effectiveness of stuttering modification treatment in school-age children who stutter: A randomized clinical trial. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research. Brignell, A., Krahe, […]
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Reference Guide to Early Language Standardized Assessments

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PediatricSLPLanguage Development
This is a one-stop resource for a comprehensive list of early language standardized assessments with strengths, weaknesses, and when to use. Sansavini A, Favilla ME, Guasti MT, Marini A, Millepiedi S, Di Martino MV, Vecchi S, Battajon N, Bertolo L, Capirci O, et al. Developmental Language Disorder: Early Predictors, Age for the Diagnosis, and Diagnostic […]
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Quick Sensory Feeding Therapy Ideas for Toddlers

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PediatricSLPBirth to 3Feeding and SwallowingPicky Eating
Sensory feeding opportunities for toddlers with selective eating are an evidenced-based way to allow for visual, tactile, olfactory, and potential oral exploration. This resource is to provide clinicians with ideas for therapy targeting sensory exploration and can be used for feeding therapy as well as language therapy. Herde, C. (2019). 5 Tips to Create Positive […]
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Problem Solving Activities for Adolescents with Brain Injury

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PediatricSLPPediatric Brain Injury
The adolescent age group is among the highest population susceptible to acquired brain injury. Problem solving deficits impacting social competence often create a functional barrier for this population. This clinical tool provides social problem solving therapy ideas for therapy use. Tlustos, S. J., Kirkwood, M. W., Taylor, H. G., Stancin, T., Brown, T. M., & […]
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Quick Start Guide: Prelinguistic Communication Evaluations

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PediatricSLPBirth-3Language Development
Use this resource to support accurate and meaningful language evaluations in the youngest clients with minimal spoken languag
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Affricates Matching and Discrimination Therapy Activity

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PediatricSLPArticulationCH/SH Sound
This is a quick print and go resource to use targeting affricate production and discrimination with visual and activity supports.
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Identifying Apraxia in the 0-3 Population: A Roadmap of Early Indicators

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PediatricSLPArticulationCAS
This resource provides a roadmap for understanding how CAS may present in the 0-3 year population and what we can do about it. Davis, B.L., & Velleman, S.L. (2000). Differential diagnosis and treatment of developmental apraxia of speech in infants and toddlers. Infant-toddler intervention: the transdisciplinary journal. Highman, C., Overby, M., Leitão, S., Abbiati, C., […]
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Integrating Low Tech Options and Eye Gaze

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PediatricSLPAACLanguage Development
Use this resource and supportive clinical materials to implement low tech eye gaze options for those with multiple disabilities. Holyfield, C., Caron, J., Lorah, E., & Norton, B. (2023). Effect of low-tech augmentative and alternative communication intervention on intentional triadic gaze as alternative access by school-age children with multiple disabilities. Language, Speech, and Hearing Services […]
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How-To-Guide for Supporting Narrative Language Development

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PediatricSLPLanguage Development
This resource is a quick-guide to supporting narrative language development that explores reasons to support narrative language and how-to support. Pico, D.L., Hessling Prahl, A., Biel, C.H., Peterson, A.K., Biel, E.J., Woods, C., & Contesse, V.A. (2021). Interventions designed to improve narrative language in school-age children: A systematic review with meta-analyses. Language, Speech, and Hearing […]
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Changing the Language Used Around Eating: Quality vs. Quantity

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PediatricSLPBirth to 3Feeding and Swallowing
In feeding therapy, the language that we use when discussing participation and intake should promote a focus on quality of feeding rather than quantity of feeds. This handout provides ways that we can utilize language to promote quality-based feeding rather than volume-driven feeding. Anderson, A. (2017). The Not So Hungry Caterpillar: Supporting Families’ Feeding Issues […]
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Childhood Apraxia of Speech: Treatment Strategies and Cards

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PediatricSLPArticulationCAS
Effective intervention for childhood apraxia of speech should include collaborative intervention across all of the child’s communication environments. This activity involving repetitive practice with articulatory movements and initial sounds of words is for parents, therapists, and educators who are seeking therapeutic activities to promote positive communicative interactions in the home, school, and clinic environments.
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