This talk by Speech-Language Pathologist Stephanie Jardine will assist other Speech-Language Pathologists in understanding their role with students with dyslexia. Stephanie will discuss the theoretical framework underpinning the process of typical reading development, and discuss the nature of dyslexia as a phonological and language-based disorder. Stephanie outlines clinical implications for Speech-Language Pathologists and offers a sample assessment checklist to guide the assessment process.
1. Introduction & Rationale
2. Learning to Read- A Theoretical Framework
3. Understanding Dyslexia as a Phonological and Language-Based Disorder
4. Clinical Implications for Speech-Language Therapists
6. Appendix: Sample Assessment Checklist
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