- Augmentative and Alternative Communication Professional Guide
- Build Your Career With NJSHA
- Facts and Myths About Bilingual Speech and Language Development
- How Speech-Language Specialists Help Children
- Key To A Successful Teletherapy Session: Guidelines for Parents and Students
- Key To A Successful Teletherapy Session: Recommendations for Speech-Language Pathologists
- Speech-Language Pathologists: How We Can Help
- The SLP’s Role in Orofacial Myofunctional Disorders
- Tips for a Successful Tele-Assessment
NJSHA has developed a series of podcasts. The first set explores various NJSHA committees and will provide insight into what each committee does and what is involved in participation on the committee. The common thread of NJSHA’s podcasts is to provide information about the organization and resources that raise awareness of the issues, advocacy and changes that affect the professionals and the clients served across the lifespan.
Technical Manual Developed by the Multicultural Committee
Children with speech and language disorders are at-risk for learning disabilities (LD) in the areas of reading, spelling, and writing. This can lead to problems with academics, as well as problems with self-esteem and social skills. Speech-language pathologists (SLPs) and speech-language specialists (SLSs), can help.
Here are some resources for individuals interested in learning more about reading, reading disorders, including dyslexia, disorders of written expression, and the role of language in literacy development: