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This online course presents an innovative approach for addressing the needs of children with mild articulation disorders in the public school setting. In 2004, San Diego Unified School District shifted its services to a general education service delivery model for these students. SLPs will learn more about available resources and the well-organized procedures that have supported best practices.
Eleven years of project data illustrate the efficacy of this short-term, intensive approach, which strives to remediate mild articulation errors in 20 hours or less. Participants will work through four case studies of children with mild articulation differences and how to apply research principles for these common scenarios in their own districts. The session concludes with a discussion of future implications and best practices in the schools.
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This course is also eligible for CEEs from Speech-Language & Audiology Canada