Perspective Pieces

Recall that TISLP doesn’t review Perspective Pieces. However, we do love them (sometimes our FAVORITE publications each month are Perspective Pieces), and think you should be reading these gems, too. There were a TON published this month. Browse the titles for topics you’re interested in, and enjoy!

·      Understanding Word Reading Difficulties in Children With SLI

·      Practitioner Reflection That Enhances Interprofessional Collaborative Practices for Serving Children Who Are Deaf/ Hard-of-Hearing

·      Using Multilinguistic Strategies to Improve Decoding in Older School-Age Students in a Contextualized and Motivational Approach

·      A Review of Psychosocial Risks and Management for Children with Cleft Lip and/or Palate

·      The Role of Semantic Knowledge in Learning to Read Exception Words

·      Technology Training in Speech-Language Pathology: A Focus on Tablets and Apps

·      Reading Longer Words: Insights Into Multisyllabic Word Reading

·      Small Group Reading Instruction: Activities for Teaching Phonemic Awareness, the Alphabetic Principle, and Phonics in a Tier 2 Setting

·      Speech Assessment in Children With Childhood Apraxia of Speech

·      Does Access to Visual Input Inhibit Auditory Development for Children With Cochlear Implants? A Review ofthe Evidence

·      Efficacious Treatment of Children With Childhood Apraxia of Speech According to the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health

·      Beyond Eyes and Ears: The Need for Movement Analysis of Speech and Nonspeech Behaviors in ChildrenWith Cerebral Palsy

·      Leading the Way With Supervision Training: Embracing Change and Transforming Clinical Practice

·      Perceptions of Mentoring SLPs and Clinical Fellows During the Clinical Fellowship

·      How Stuttering Develops: The Multifactorial Dynamic Pathways Theory

·      Examination of Coaching Behaviors Used by Providers When Delivering Early Intervention via Telehealth to Families of Children Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing

·      We’ve Got Some Growing Up to Do: An Evidence-Based Service Delivery Model for the Transition of Care for the Young Adult with Cleft Lip and Palate

·      Are We Slipping Them Through the Cracks? The Insufficiency of Norm-Referenced Assessments for Identifying Language Weaknesses in Children With Hearing Loss