Knowledge and Skills Needed by Speech-Language Pathologists With Respect to Reading and Writing in Children and Adolescents

April 2003
ASHA Leader;4/15/2003 Supplement, Vol. 8, p93
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Summarizes knowledge and skills needed by speech-language pathologists (SPL) who work with reading and writing in children and adolescents. Roles and responsibilities of SPL; Five areas of knowledge relating language and literacy; Skills related to roles.


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