15 articles gratuits jusqu’au 23 mars !

Jusqu’au 23 mars, l’ASHA met ces 15 articles en libre accès. Vous pouvez donc les télécharger gratuitement. Bonne lecture ! Cadenas

Improving Clinical Services: Be Aware of Fuzzy Connections Between Principles and Strategies, Sandra Laing Gillam and Ronald B. Gillam

One Size Does Not Fit All: Improving Clinical Practice in Older Children and Adolescents With Language and Learning Disorders, Cheryl M. Scott

Improving Clinical Practices for Children With Language and Learning Disorders, Alan G. Kamhi

Outcomes of Different Speech and Language Goal Attack Strategies, Ann A. Tyler, Kerry E. Lewis, Allison Haskill, and Leslie C. Tolbert

Intervention for Verb Argument Structure in Children With Persistent SLI: A Randomized Control Trial, Susan H. Ebbels, Heather K. J. van der Lely, and Julie E. Dockrell

Program Intensity and Service Delivery Models in the Schools: SLP Survey Results, Jayne Brandel and Diane Frome Loeb

Evidence-Based Speech-Language Pathology Practices in Schools: Findings From a National Survey, LaVae M. Hoffman, Marie Ireland, Shannon Hall-Mills, and Perry Flynn

The Implications of RTI and EBP for SLPs: Commentary on L. M. Justice, Teresa A. Ukrainetz

Five Principles to Consider When Providing Narrative Language Intervention to Children and Adolescents With Developmental Disabilities, Lizbeth H. Finestack

Effects of School-Wide Intervention on Literacy Learning: The SLPs Support, Donna Thomas and Dee M. Lance

Perspectives on Preparing Graduate Students To Provide Educationally Relevant Services in Schools, Debbie Elledge, Emily Hasselbeck, Amy Hobek, Sandra Combs,Lesley Raisor-Becker, and Nancy Creaghead

The Narrative Language Measures: Tools for Language Screening, Progress Monitoring, and Intervention Planning, Douglas B. Petersen and Trina D. Spencer

Expository Discourse Intervention for Adolescents With Language Disorders, Jeannene M. Ward-Lonergan and Jill K. Duthie

Behavior Problems and Social Functioning in Adolescents With Language Impairment, Courtney Karasinski

“It’s Not Humanly Possible to Do Everything”: Perspectives on Intervention Decision-Making Processes of Parents of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders, Erinn Finke, Kathryn Drager, and Elizabeth C. Serpentine

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