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Perspectives of School Speech-Language Pathologists (SLPs) and Principals on the Role of SLPs in Spelling Acquisition
For several decades, SLPs have engaged discussions regarding whether or not their scope of practice included the acquisition of spelling skills. Based on the connection between language and spelling, SLPs should have a ...
Comparisons of Clinical Self-Efficacy and Stigma Variance in Speech Language Pathologists Who Stutter and Do Not Stutter
Purpose: To evaluate clinical self-efficacy and stigma variance between practicing SLPs who stutter (SLPs-WS) and do not stutter (SLPs-WDS). Method: The modified SLP Clinical Self-Efficacy Inventory and the Self-Stigma of ...
" You have to invest ": Speech-language pathologists' perspectives on teaching literacy skills to students who use AAC
Literacy as it relates to students who use augmentative and alternative communication (SWUAAC) currently has limited research in the field of speech language pathology. Research regarding this population states SWUAAC ...
Counseling practices of speech-language pathologists serving persons with aphasia: Examining training and preparedness within clinical practice
Purpose: This study examined Speech-Language Pathologists' (SLPs') perspectives on the counseling training they have received, and the counseling skills they are implementing into their practice with individuals with ...
Speech-Language Pathologist and Graduate Student Perceived Self-Efficacy in Providing Services to Individuals Who Are Transgender
Purpose: Speech-language pathologists (SLPs) express hesitation when working with clients who are transgender, although the underlying reason is currently unclear. Educational and clinical experiences, or lack thereof, ...