My friends (Ellie Sugden, Rebecca Reinking, Elise Baker, Kelly Farquharson and Lynn Williams) have finally opened their survey exploring SLPs' clinical practice exploring the cues and feedback when working with children who have speech sound disorders (SSD).
As this is an international study and they would love to hear from European-based clinicians who work with children with SSD.
The study aims to address the gap in our knowledge by conducting a detailed exploration of the teaching moment procedures used by speech pathologists when working with children with SSD. This will be the first study to explore international perspectives, experiences, and evidence-based knowledge of speech pathologists’ use of teaching moment procedures for children with SSD.
Could you help by completing the survey and/or forwarding this link to anyone you know who works with children with SSD https://surveyswesternsydney.au1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_da3NwCDsQ4MHqiW
Kate CrowePhD, MSpecEd (SD), BSpPath, BA, DipInterp., CPSP
https://www.hi.is/talmeinafraediAðjunkt, Háskóli Íslands / Adjunct, University of Iceland Talmeinafræði / Speech-Language Pathology Læknadeild á Heilbrigðisvísindasviði HÍ / Faculty of Medicine, School of Health Sciences Skrifstofa 222, Stapi v/Hringbraut, 102 Reykjavík Sími / Phone +354 696 7663