Angela Barber: “Addressing Phonological Memory in Language Therapy with Clients Who Have Down Syndrome”

Phonological memory (PM) plays a significant role in language development but is impaired in individuals with Down syndrome (DS). Without formal recommendations on how to address PM limitations in clients with DS, it is possible speech–language pathologists (SLPs) find ways to do so in their practices. This study asked if and how SLPs address PM in […]

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Memorie Gosa: “Effect of Time and Temperature on Thickened Infant Formula”

When infants have a difficult time swallowing safely, speech-language pathologists and other members of the medical care team may recommend thickening the infant’s formula or breastmilk to reduce the risk of aspiration. Caregivers often report difficulty preparing infant formula or expressed breastmilk to the recommended consistency. In the recently published paper, Effect of Time and Temperature […]

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