pic free access - Late Talkers FoundationVarying copyright policies of academic publishers make sharing copies of books, chapters, and journal articles on this site impractical. However, there is a solution! And, it is definitely something you should know about! Please follow the link and learn more about PubMed Central and how you can access full free access to entire articles and scholarly writing. The identifying title is what you will need. The Late Talkers Foundations provides titles, citations, and other resources, here within our library.

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The Effectiveness of Parent-Implemented Language Interventions: A Meta-Analysis (Megan Y. Roberts, PhD and Ann P. Kaiser, PhD, American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology Apr 2011 doi: 10.1044/1058-0360) Abstract Full Document

Evaluating Sensory Integration/Sensory Processing Treatment: Issues and Analysis (Stephen Camarata, Lucy Miller, and Mark Wallace, Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience 2020 doi: 10.3389/fnint.2020.556660Full Document

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Late-Talking Children: A Symptom Or a Stage?    (A book by Stephen Camarata, Ph.D.) A book about what parents need to know concerning the causes and treatment of children’s late talking and how to navigate the road ahead.

Play To Talk (A book by James MacDonald and Pam Stoika) This out-of-print book provides parents with proven strategies and instructions to help children of any age with talking and developing conversation. It is an excellent resource for collaborating with therapists or helpers along the way. You will have to look for a used copy, but it is worth it!

The Pragmatics of Paediatric Language Intervention: Issues and Analysis (A chapter by Stephen M. Camarata, 2000). This chapter examines pragmatic aspects of a number of widely used language intervention programs. Full Document



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American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA)

The ASHA is a professional association for speech-language pathologists, audiologists, and speech, language, and hearing scientists. Their interest is in both providing highest quality services for professionals and advocacy. While there is much on the site for professionals, families will also find a wealth of sound information and interesting topics ASHA SITE

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