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Suffolk Center for Speech

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Shared Book Reading

Shared book reading is when a speech-language pathologist, teacher, parent/guardian, or other communication partner interactively shares or reads a book to an individual. This helps provide an opportunity to develop..

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AAC Supports Communication!

What is AAC? Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) is utilized by individuals who have difficulty communicating via natural speech. AAC falls under a big umbrella that includes various tools, strategies,..

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Speech Assessment: Purpose and How it Can Help Your Child:

As Speech-Language Pathologists (SLPs), we often speak to parents about the importance of initial and updated assessments. For starters, an assessment is "the ongoing procedures used by qualified personnel to..

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Min, Mod, Max Cue Who?

Parents often hear the word cue multiple times throughout their child’s speech and language services in initial reports, progress reports, and even during therapy itself. But what does that really..

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Importance of Carryover for Long-Term Speech Gains

The term practice means perfect, may be an over-statement, as nothing in this world can be without imperfections. In speech and language therapy, we can adapt this term to “practice..

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