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PEEPS Fast Facts sheet

Learn the fact about PEEPS™, a comprehensive assessment of early phonological skills developed specifically for toddlers 18–36 months. Read More

6 Necessary Conditions for AAC Assessment

When assessing whether a student with complex communication needs is eligible for AAC interventions, make sure that the behavior sample is sufficient to determine the individual’s strengths and needs. See five other necessary conditions for ensuring that AAC assessment is valid and reliable, in this infographic adapted from Augmentative and Alternative Communication. Read More

10 Ways to Use a Whiteboard to Support Student Communication

Adding a simple whiteboard to a classroom can help support student communication in several different ways. Get ten practical ideas for using a whiteboard to strengthen student’s communication skills, in this tip sheet adapted from the essential school-based SLP resource The Speech Language Pathologist’s Handbook for Inclusive School Practices. Read More

Augmentative & Alternative Communication

Read this excerpt from Augmentative & Alternative Communication to get a preview of the first chapter: Augmentative and Alternative Communication Processes for Children and Adults with Complex Communication Needs. Read More

8 Tips for Book Reading with Young Children

Reading with young children can help to support their language and literacy development in early childhood. Use these tips, adapted from Connecting Through Talk, to help you make the most of your shared reading time with your young ones. Read More

BESA™ Brochure

Discover the Bilingual English–Spanish Assessment™ (BESA™), a valid and reliable assessment that specifically responds to the needs of young Spanish-English bilingual children ages 4 to 6. Read More

Books that preschoolers like best

Research shows it is the talk that surrounds storybook reading that gives it power, and different kinds of books foster different kinds of talk. Use this tip sheet to learn the types of books preschoolers like best. Read More