Communication & Language
Brookes is a leading source of expertise and resources for speech-language pathologists and reading specialists.
We work with top experts in communication and language development to bring you trusted, research-based resources: screeners and assessments, state-of-the-art textbooks, multitiered language interventions, practical resources on teaching dual language learners effectively, and guidebooks on supporting the communication of students with autism and other disorders. With the reliable tools and how-to guidance our experts provide, you’ll help all learners strengthen their communication skills and improve their quality of life.
Screening and assessment
How can you reliably identify children who need extra help with early language and literacy skills? Our groundbreaking screeners and assessments help you find students who may have delays or disorders, gather the information you need to determine next steps, and track progress over time.
Put all children on the path to reading success with our MILLIE™ (Multitiered Interventions for Language & Literacy in Early Childhood) family of products. Together, these multitiered language intervention programs help you boost reading readiness by addressing oral language skills, vocabulary, phonological awareness, alphabet knowledge, and comprehension.
Support for dual language learners
Today, about one in five school-aged children speaks a language other than English at home. We’ve got the tools and resources you need to support the language development of DLLs, ensure gains in both languages, and work effectively with the families of diverse children.
Augmentative and alternative communication
AAC tools are often key to establishing a communicative repertoire for learners with disabilities. Our bestselling textbooks give tomorrow’s professionals expert guidance on providing effective AAC services for people with a range of disorders and disabilities. Discover how to conduct assessment; choose appropriate AAC tools and technologies that meet individual needs; and use AAC to support social relationships, literacy development, and more.
Check out some of our most popular free resources that support the goals of SLPs and reading specialists.
Look inside TILLS: sample items, case stories, FAQs, and more
A step-by-step 9-minute demo of the QUILS language screener
15 Fun Ways to Build Language & Literacy Skills
Blog post of fun language skill-builders for young learners
From Babbles to Books
Free ebook on supporting early language and literacy development
Communication & Language Newsletter
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Get the latest new-title announcements, links to original articles, and other free resources on communication and language development.