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.
By From the Springfield College press release, featuring Brooke Hallowell
September 30, 2022
A new book authored by Brooke Hallowell, PhD, Springfield College dean of the School of Health Sciences, is bringing important attention to aphasia, a little-known, but very common disorder. According to Hallowell, who is known globally as an expert in…
By Meredith Saletta Fitzgibbons
August 29, 2022
Speech-language pathologists (SLPs) working in schools, private practices, medical settings, or higher education are likely to encounter the question: “Do you work with reading and writing issues?” The answer is a resounding “Yes!” (Apel, 2009). Language…