Listed below are useful websites for
students, professionals, and parents in the area of area of speech
Following each website's link is a description of what you will find
there. The Blumberg Center
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of resources listed.
SpeechandLanguage.com is sponsored by AGS Publishing, which is a member of the WRC Media Family, the largest publisher or of supplementary educational materials in the world. It offers field testing opportunities, a chronological age calculator, and other resources for SLP students as well as parents of those with speech disorders.
The Stuttering Foundation provides free online resources, services and support to those who stutter and their families, as well as support for research into the cause of stuttering. This site also offers educational programs on stuttering for professionals.
Super Duper Publications publishes colorful, high quality materials for speech language pathologists, special educators, teachers, parents, and caregivers. You can order a free catalog to see their products, or use the site for resources as well.
The International Dyslexia Association offers wonderful resources for people of all ages who suffer from dyslexia, as well as information for educators. The IDA focuses on information and referral services, research, advocacy, and direct services to professionals in the field of learning disabilities.
The American Speech and Hearing Association website provides information and resources for ASHA members, information about ASHA, resources for students in the SLP major, and also lots of information for the public.
SpeechPathology.com is a great resource for SLP jobs. See hundred of jobs which are currently available across the nation.
Speechville Express is a great site for parents of children with speech, language, or communication disorders. It allows you to talk to others, provides resources to inform you, has information about specific disorders, and has regional resources that can help you find help in your area. The information about specific disorders is also helpful for students.
Speechtx has excellent speech therapy activities for all different ages. They are printable and FREE! The site includes special sections in Articulation, Language, Emergent Literacy, and Technology.
Indiana State University's Communication Disorders Department maintains a website which includes information about the Speech Language Pathology undergraduate, graduate, assistant, and distance education programs. This website also contains links for the Rowe Center for Communication Disorders, the special education website, a map to the Indiana State University School of Education, and clinic downloads.