By Inna Itskovich, Megan Meyer, and Miriam Shaffer
May 22, 2023
The field of speech-language pathology is so vast that it is impossible to be an all-around expert, even if you are well-versed in all of the domains of this specialty and the underlying difficulties of the clients on your caseload. Research articles are…
By Roxann Diez Gross, PhD, CCC-SLP-F-ASHA and Kristin A. King, PhD, CCC-SLP
April 28, 2023
Breathing is necessary for life. Communication is vital to our well-being. Food is love. Eating, drinking, and talking are the basics of our humanity. It is how we get to know each other, celebrate, and even mourn. Imagine a holiday gathering without…
By Marilyn A. Nippold
February 28, 2023
Many SLPs work with clients who have language disorders, and because SLPs are language specialists, their knowledge of grammar—the elements of language—is essential for carrying out evidence-based practice with preschool children (3–5 years), school-age…
By Sylvia Rotfleisch and Maura Martindale
December 29, 2022
As more and more children with hearing loss are included in general educational settings with their typically-hearing peers, it becomes even more important that professionals working with them understand how to use an auditory-based approach to support…
November 2, 2022
We are proud to announce the following Plural authors who will be receiving the 2022 ASHA Awards at the ASHA Convention.