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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