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Autism Spectrum Disorders and AAC
This book examines the effect of augmentative and alternative communication strategies on the communication, social skills, and behavior of individuals with autism.
Call#: WM 203.5 .A939mi 2009
Becoming Verbal with Childhood Apraxia
This book helps therapists and parents learn how to help children become more vocal, verbal, communicative, imitative and interactive.
Call#: WL 340 .M369b 2001
Choices in Deafness: A Parents’ Guide to Communication Options (third edition)
This book is helpful for parents looking to learn the different options for deaf or hard-of-hearing children. It contains information ranging from tests to cochlear implants and other hearing devices. This book also offers unbiased information on communication options like: Auditory-Verbal, ASL-English Bilingual, Cued Speech, Auditory-Oral, and Total Communication.
Call#: HV 2471 .S399 2007
Clinical Workbook for Speech-Language Pathology Assistants
This workbook is designed for speech language pathology assistants and includes speech sound disorders, language disorder, literacy, voice, and fluency disorders, among many other topics.
Call#: WL 340.2 .K8551 2018
Curriculum-based Speech Therapy Activities, Volume 1
This book is full of activities to enhance children’s speech. It is designed for teachers and speech language pathologists.
Call#: LB 3454 .P8874 2016 Vol. 1
Curriculum-based Speech Therapy Activities, Volume 2
This is a part 2 to the book listed above. It contains more activities for speech language pathologists to use with their patients.
Call#: LB 3454 .P8874 2016 Vol. 2
Differential Diagnosis and Treatment of Children with Speech Disorder
This book for pediatric speech and language therapists discusses norms of speech development as well as intervention programs for subgroups of speech disorders.
Call#: WM 475 .D569 2005
Exemplary Practices for Beginning Communicators: Implications for AAC
This text for speech-language pathologists and other professionals discusses how augmentative and alternative communication can help establish beginning communication skills among children and other individuals who experience significant communication challenges.
Call#: WL 340.2 .E96 2002
Interventions for Speech Sound Disorders in Children
This book provides in-depth examinations of 23 evidence-based phonological and articulatory interventions for young children with functional or motor-based speech disorders. This textbook also includes a DVD with footage demonstrating evidence-based practice.
Call#: WL 340.2 .I612 2010
Let’s Talk about Talking : Ways to Strengthen the 11 Skills all Toddlers Master Before Words Emerge
With step-by-step written instructions for tons of FUN and easy-to-implement activities, parents and professionals can be confident in their ability to successfully identify and then strengthen these 11 major skills that encompass all the important social, cognitive, receptive, and expressive milestones that verbal and communicative kids have mastered.
Call#: WL 340.2 .M6996 2017
Phonological Awareness Training Program: A Speech Language Pathologist’s Tool for Training Teachers
This book is for speech language pathologists providing professional development skills for teachers related to speech, phonological awareness, and literacy.
Call#: P 118.15 .J38 2017
Speech-Language Pathologists in Early Childhood Intervention: Working with Infants, Toddlers, Families, and Other Care Providers
This book provides the skills needed for evidence-based services for children and their families. This book starts with informing about what early intervention is and ends with guidelines and making connections. Many topics are covered in this book that will benefit speech language pathologists.
Call#: WL 340.2 .R7331 2018
Teach Me to Talk: Building Verbal Imitation in Toddlers
This book shows how to model and elicit language in toddlers. There are techniques for speech therapists to use in everyday life. This book is best designed for speech language pathologists, early intervention specialists, or other professionals.
Call#: WL 340.2 .M6995bu 2012
The Speech-Language Pathologist’s Handbook for Inclusive School Practices
This book is specifically for speech language pathologists trying to be more inclusive in their teaching. Some topics covered are collaborating with others, rethinking students, providing social supports, and more.
Call#: WL 340.3 .C312 2014
Yoga for Speech-Language Development
This book explains how yoga can help children develop language skills. There are various yoga strategies for multiple levels of speech development. Speech therapists and parents can use this resource.
Call#: WL 340.3 .L866 2017
Videos and Media
Early intervention for social-emotional development : successful sensory-based strategies for birth to 5 years
This video teaches much-needed strategies for infants and young children who have sensory processing disorders, autism spectrum disorder, development delays, behavior issues or speech and language delays to improve social-emotional development.
Call#: LC 4019.3 .Ea761 2015
Integrated Therapies and Teamwork Equals Success
This DVD shows how to put physical, occupation, and speech therapies in daily routines in classrooms. This video is intended for teachers, administrators, and therapists.
All children in the classroom benefit from having physical, occupation, and speech therapies embedded in daily routines. Research shows that children with and without IEPs improve their skills as a result. Planning, communication, and the support of the administration are key factors in the successful implementation of integrated therapies. Sound like a daunting task? View this video to see teachers, administrators, and therapists discuss how this model works, and how they implement their various roles in the classroom. It is evident that these teams are driven by the positive impact the integrated therapy model has on ALL children.
Call#: LC 3965 I351 2011
Using Sign Language with Pediatric Patients
In this recording, you will learn to recognize and demonstrate 100 basic signs, the manual alphabet, and numbers from 1-20 as well as how to incorporate them into your practice immediately.
Call#: HV 2474 .U854 2017
ASHA is a professional association for speech-language pathologists and audiologists. This site contains numerous resources, including topic-specific guides, continuing education opportunities, ASHA publications, articles, an online store, and the latest research. ASHA Special Interest Groups were created to promote specific professional interests among members, develop communication and networking in diverse professional settings, identify and convey concerns and needs to the Association’s governance, and assist in policy formation.
This parent-driven, non-profit organization supports families with children who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing without a bias around communication modes or methodologies.
Re-Evaluating Evidence for Best Practice in Pediatric Speech-Language Pathology
This article shows what is best for children in speech therapy in order for them to respond well to the treatment.
The Efficacy of Telehealth-Delivered Speech and Language Intervention for Primary School-Age Children: A Systematic Review
This article studies if telehealth services are better or worse than in person services in children.
American Academy of Private Practice in Speech Pathology and Audiology
This website contains information about conferences for speech pathologists and audiologists. There are also other resources about speech pathology available on this site.
Speech Pathology (2023)
This website has information on continuing education for speech-language pathologists that could be useful.