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Welcome! Since 1998 www.speech-language-therapy.com has been providing Speech-Language Pathology related information to consumers, professionals and students around the globe. The articles, links and resources here reflect [Caroline's] professional, clinical and research interests, and also the important part that families can...
Welcome! Since 1998 www.speech-language-therapy.com has been providing Speech-Language Pathology related information to consumers, professionals and students around the globe. The articles, links and resources here reflect [Caroline's] professional, clinical and research interests, and also the important part that families can play in the assessment and management of communication impairments. Related professional discussion and resources are available on the phonological therapy electronic discussion and web site. This is the home page of the speech-language-therapy dot com web site. Cite it as: Bowen, C. (1998). Speech-language-therapy dot com. Retrieved from www.speech-language-therapy.com/ on (date).
The mission of this site is to provide useful, theoretically sound information about some aspects of human communication disorders, and as such, it is not intended as a substitute for personal care. The information you will find here is general, not client-specific, and within reason should not be interpreted as advice for a communication difficulty or learning disorder experienced by a particular person.
speech-language professionals, swallowing, students, voice, communication sciences and disorders, fluency, children, families, morphology, speech and language research., pragmatics, syntax, semantics, speech and language development, speech therapy, speech-language pathology, phonology
This site is a virtual gold mine of information for both instructors and students of communication disorders. Dr. Bowen provides articles, matierials and links that cover many aspects of speech language pathology. I have used her materials to supplement lecture and supervision of students. The only caution would be that this site is from Austraila and some of the phonological exercises reflect their accent.