Many people who stutter are able to identify a moment when they know they are about to trip up on a word or phrase. That moment, according to NYU faculty Eric S. Jackson, is called “anticipation” and is largely invisible to other communicators. How can anticipation affect speech and be leveraged to help people who stutter become more comfortable as they speak?
Alicia Morrison, professor at Speech@NYU, theonline SLP programfrom NYU Steinhardt, takes a collaborative approach with parents during a child’s first visit to a speech-language pathologist so parents know the steps involved.
The all-consuming nature of special interests is sometimes viewed as a hindrance to social and communicative development in children with autism – especially in a classroom setting – but speech-language pathologists (SLPs) have the opportunity to change that narrative, framing these interests as an entry point for language-building skills.
Your guide to how a team of teachers, school counselors, parents, and clinicians, such as speech-language pathologists (SLPs) and occupational therapists (OTs), work together to support students with special needs.
Speech@NYU, NYU’s online master of science program in Communicative Sciences and Disorders, offers a rigorous online speech-language pathology (SLP) curriculum, adhering to the same standards of excellence as the on-campus program in preparing aspiring clinicians to pursue licensure as speech-language pathologists (SLPs). If you’re thinking about applying to the online program, below are a few factors to consider.
The Praxis exam in Speech-Language Pathology is one of the requirements for obtaining state licensure as a speech-language pathologist. For some, the Praxis seems like an overwhelming step along the path toward becoming a licensed SLP. With this in mind, we’ve compiled some helpful information to assist you in preparing for the exam.