Resources for Professionals
AAC | Autism | Intervention for Children with Disabilities | Hearing Impairment
For SLPs, Generally | For SLPs in Schools
Health Care | Voice | Stuttering
How To Learn English | Multicultural Phonemics
(Alternative and Augmentative Communication)
The best AAC apps for iPad per the Utah LEND, via Utah Technology Assistance Program
http://www.uab.edu/medicine/circ/ - UAB/Sparks Appointment page.
http://www.Words-Plus.com/index.htm - Note that Words+ was bought out; a new website is coming, as of August 2013.
http://www.fctd.info/assets/assets/19/AT_solutions-2011-FCTD.pdf?1322842743 - The Family Center on Technology and Disability
AAC for the SLP
AAC- Alternative Awesome Communicators
AAC Through Motivate, Model, Move Out Of The Way
AAC Language Lab
Tami’s AAC Tidbits
July 2015, Please share: ASHA and the US Department of Education clarify best practice for providing services for people with Autism Spectrum Disorders ("not ABA only"). This PDF file (click here) includes an official letter, an ASHA press release, guidelines based on setting, and talking points for advocating for SLP services.
Web resource from Penn State University on early intervention with children with autism, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, and other disabilities: aackids.psu.edu
www.specialeducationguide.com - Lots of info and resources about Special Education
www.aidb.org - Alabama Institute for the Deaf and Blind
www.alabamaearinstitute.org - A non-profit organization in Birmingham with a wonderful collection of links to resources for hearing loss
www.rehab.state.al.us - Information regarding the different services available through the Alabama Department of Rehabilitation, including Early Intervention, Children's Rehabilitation Service and Adult Rehabilitation Service
For Students with Hearing Impairments:
Resource guide here, including…
- Tech tools for students with hearing impairments
- How schools create more audible environments
- Scholarships for students with hearing impairments
Super Duper offers some great FREE handouts for teachers and parents! http://www.superduperinc.com/handouts.asp
You will appreciate this age calculator for all of your assessments! http://www.superduperinc.com/agecalc/
Some great websites for therapy!
www.SightWords.com - For parents and educators. Sponsored by the GA Preschool Association
ICD 10 Info
Sites (Recommended by ASHA)
The Joint Commission: http://www.jointcommission.org/
Commission on Accreditation of Rehab Facilities (CARF): http://www.carf.org/
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC): http://www.cdc.gov/
The American Hospital Association: http://www.aha.org/aha/about/
The American Health Care Association: http://www.ahca.org/
The Health Resources and Services Administration: http://www.hrsa.gov/
The National Early Childhood Technical Assistance Center: http://www.nectac.org/
Voice Problems in Teachers? Tell your colleagues! www.VoiceAcademy.org
A free website for teachers. A free ready-to-go, in-service education program can be downloaded and used as an in-service tool. Includes a Communicators Media Kit for promoting this project. [Funded by the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD).]
National Stuttering Association, a New York-based organization dedicated wholly to education, empowerment, and support for children, teens, and adults who stutter, http://www.WeStutter.org
The Stuttering Foundation: English http://www.stutteringhelp.org | Spanish http://www.tartamudez.org
Internet Resources for SLPs who work with Preschoolers http://www.mnsu.edu/comdis/kuster/schools/SID4page2.html
Internet Resources for School-Based SLPs Who Work with School-Age Children who Stutter http://www.mnsu.edu/comdis/kuster/schools/SID4page.html
Stuttering in Other Cultures/Stuttering and Bilingualism (Added 2011) http://www.mnsu.edu/comdis/kuster/cultures.html
http://www.HowToLearnEnglish.co.uk/ Contains articles about phonics, dyslexia, reading silently, grammar, body language, and more!
Information on the phonemic systems for the following languages: Arabic, Cantonese, English, Korean, Mandarin, Spanish, and Vietnamese.
Audiologists can use this information to identify and modify materials and procedures during speech audiometry assessment.
SLPs can use this information to identify a client's phonological system for languages other than English.