Obtaining consensus on core components of stuttering intervention for adults: An e-Delphi Survey with key stakeholders
CONCLUSIONS & IMPLICATIONS: Consensus on the core components of stuttering intervention was reached through engagement with key stakeholders. The evidence-based framework presented highlights the range of key intervention components a clinician should consider when designing interventions for adults who stutter.WHAT THIS PAPER ADDS: What is already known on the subject Evidence-based practice endorses the synthesis of multiple knowledge forms including research, practice and patient evidence to support clinical decision-making and treatment evaluation. The stuttering literature is characterized by an over-representatio...
Source: International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders - November 24, 2021 Category: Speech-Language Pathology Authors: Amy Connery J Scott Yaruss Holly Lomheim Torrey M Loucks Rose Galvin Arlene McCurtin Source Type: research

Obtaining consensus on core components of stuttering intervention for adults: An e-Delphi Survey with key stakeholders
CONCLUSIONS & IMPLICATIONS: Consensus on the core components of stuttering intervention was reached through engagement with key stakeholders. The evidence-based framework presented highlights the range of key intervention components a clinician should consider when designing interventions for adults who stutter.WHAT THIS PAPER ADDS: What is already known on the subject Evidence-based practice endorses the synthesis of multiple knowledge forms including research, practice and patient evidence to support clinical decision-making and treatment evaluation. The stuttering literature is characterized by an over-representatio...
Source: International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders - November 24, 2021 Category: Speech-Language Pathology Authors: Amy Connery J Scott Yaruss Holly Lomheim Torrey M Loucks Rose Galvin Arlene McCurtin Source Type: research

A systematic review of early speech interventions for children with cleft palate
CONCLUSIONS & IMPLICATIONS: The papers included in this review suggest that early naturalistic interventions can have positive impacts on the speech development of children with CP±L. However, the reported methodological quality of the publications overall was weak, and the current evidence lacks clarity and specificity in terms of therapy technique, delivery and optimum age of delivery. Future research should use more robust methodological designs to determine whether early speech interventions are beneficial for children born with CP±L.WHAT THIS PAPER ADDS: What is already known on the subject Children ...
Source: International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders - November 12, 2021 Category: Speech-Language Pathology Authors: Hannah Lane Sam Harding Yvonne Wren Source Type: research

The effects of endovascular clot retrieval and thrombolysis on dysphagia in an Australian quaternary hospital: A retrospective review
CONCLUSION: This study identified ongoing high rates of dysphagia amongst this patient population regardless of treatment type, demonstrating the need for ongoing SLP management post stroke. Further research is required in this area to develop an evidence-base for SLPs and the wider medical team and to inform clinical practice guidelines.WHAT THIS PAPER ADDS: What is already known on the subject Stroke is one of the leading causes of disability and death internationally. Dysphagia (impaired swallowing), a common sequalae of stroke, is known to contribute to decreased quality of life, increased length of hospital stay and m...
Source: International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders - November 12, 2021 Category: Speech-Language Pathology Authors: Ellie Minchell Anna Rumbach Emma Finch Source Type: research

PD Check-In: The development and trial of a supported self-management program for people with Parkinson's disease following intensive speech intervention
CONCLUSIONS & IMPLICATIONS: The theoretical and practical underpinnings of PD Check-In were defined. The impact of PD Check-In on three persons with PD was variable but positive. Further evaluation of the model is warranted.WHAT THIS PAPER ADDS: What is already known on the subject LSVT LOUD provides efficacious treatment for the speech disorder associated with PD. Long-term maintenance of speech post-treatment varies following self-managed and group therapy interventions. People with PD have an unmet expectation of long-term maintenance of speech and improved quality of life following intensive treatment. What this pa...
Source: International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders - November 12, 2021 Category: Speech-Language Pathology Authors: Ann Finnimore Deborah Theodoros Anna F Rumbach Source Type: research

A systematic review of early speech interventions for children with cleft palate
CONCLUSIONS & IMPLICATIONS: The papers included in this review suggest that early naturalistic interventions can have positive impacts on the speech development of children with CP±L. However, the reported methodological quality of the publications overall was weak, and the current evidence lacks clarity and specificity in terms of therapy technique, delivery and optimum age of delivery. Future research should use more robust methodological designs to determine whether early speech interventions are beneficial for children born with CP±L.WHAT THIS PAPER ADDS: What is already known on the subject Children ...
Source: International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders - November 12, 2021 Category: Speech-Language Pathology Authors: Hannah Lane Sam Harding Yvonne Wren Source Type: research

The effects of endovascular clot retrieval and thrombolysis on dysphagia in an Australian quaternary hospital: A retrospective review
CONCLUSION: This study identified ongoing high rates of dysphagia amongst this patient population regardless of treatment type, demonstrating the need for ongoing SLP management post stroke. Further research is required in this area to develop an evidence-base for SLPs and the wider medical team and to inform clinical practice guidelines.WHAT THIS PAPER ADDS: What is already known on the subject Stroke is one of the leading causes of disability and death internationally. Dysphagia (impaired swallowing), a common sequalae of stroke, is known to contribute to decreased quality of life, increased length of hospital stay and m...
Source: International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders - November 12, 2021 Category: Speech-Language Pathology Authors: Ellie Minchell Anna Rumbach Emma Finch Source Type: research

PD Check-In: The development and trial of a supported self-management program for people with Parkinson's disease following intensive speech intervention
CONCLUSIONS & IMPLICATIONS: The theoretical and practical underpinnings of PD Check-In were defined. The impact of PD Check-In on three persons with PD was variable but positive. Further evaluation of the model is warranted.WHAT THIS PAPER ADDS: What is already known on the subject LSVT LOUD provides efficacious treatment for the speech disorder associated with PD. Long-term maintenance of speech post-treatment varies following self-managed and group therapy interventions. People with PD have an unmet expectation of long-term maintenance of speech and improved quality of life following intensive treatment. What this pa...
Source: International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders - November 12, 2021 Category: Speech-Language Pathology Authors: Ann Finnimore Deborah Theodoros Anna F Rumbach Source Type: research

A systematic review of early speech interventions for children with cleft palate
CONCLUSIONS & IMPLICATIONS: The papers included in this review suggest that early naturalistic interventions can have positive impacts on the speech development of children with CP±L. However, the reported methodological quality of the publications overall was weak, and the current evidence lacks clarity and specificity in terms of therapy technique, delivery and optimum age of delivery. Future research should use more robust methodological designs to determine whether early speech interventions are beneficial for children born with CP±L.WHAT THIS PAPER ADDS: What is already known on the subject Children ...
Source: International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders - November 12, 2021 Category: Speech-Language Pathology Authors: Hannah Lane Sam Harding Yvonne Wren Source Type: research

The effects of endovascular clot retrieval and thrombolysis on dysphagia in an Australian quaternary hospital: A retrospective review
CONCLUSION: This study identified ongoing high rates of dysphagia amongst this patient population regardless of treatment type, demonstrating the need for ongoing SLP management post stroke. Further research is required in this area to develop an evidence-base for SLPs and the wider medical team and to inform clinical practice guidelines.WHAT THIS PAPER ADDS: What is already known on the subject Stroke is one of the leading causes of disability and death internationally. Dysphagia (impaired swallowing), a common sequalae of stroke, is known to contribute to decreased quality of life, increased length of hospital stay and m...
Source: International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders - November 12, 2021 Category: Speech-Language Pathology Authors: Ellie Minchell Anna Rumbach Emma Finch Source Type: research

PD Check-In: The development and trial of a supported self-management program for people with Parkinson's disease following intensive speech intervention
CONCLUSIONS & IMPLICATIONS: The theoretical and practical underpinnings of PD Check-In were defined. The impact of PD Check-In on three persons with PD was variable but positive. Further evaluation of the model is warranted.WHAT THIS PAPER ADDS: What is already known on the subject LSVT LOUD provides efficacious treatment for the speech disorder associated with PD. Long-term maintenance of speech post-treatment varies following self-managed and group therapy interventions. People with PD have an unmet expectation of long-term maintenance of speech and improved quality of life following intensive treatment. What this pa...
Source: International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders - November 12, 2021 Category: Speech-Language Pathology Authors: Ann Finnimore Deborah Theodoros Anna F Rumbach Source Type: research

A systematic review of early speech interventions for children with cleft palate
CONCLUSIONS & IMPLICATIONS: The papers included in this review suggest that early naturalistic interventions can have positive impacts on the speech development of children with CP±L. However, the reported methodological quality of the publications overall was weak, and the current evidence lacks clarity and specificity in terms of therapy technique, delivery and optimum age of delivery. Future research should use more robust methodological designs to determine whether early speech interventions are beneficial for children born with CP±L.WHAT THIS PAPER ADDS: What is already known on the subject Children ...
Source: International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders - November 12, 2021 Category: Speech-Language Pathology Authors: Hannah Lane Sam Harding Yvonne Wren Source Type: research

The effects of endovascular clot retrieval and thrombolysis on dysphagia in an Australian quaternary hospital: A retrospective review
CONCLUSION: This study identified ongoing high rates of dysphagia amongst this patient population regardless of treatment type, demonstrating the need for ongoing SLP management post stroke. Further research is required in this area to develop an evidence-base for SLPs and the wider medical team and to inform clinical practice guidelines.WHAT THIS PAPER ADDS: What is already known on the subject Stroke is one of the leading causes of disability and death internationally. Dysphagia (impaired swallowing), a common sequalae of stroke, is known to contribute to decreased quality of life, increased length of hospital stay and m...
Source: International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders - November 12, 2021 Category: Speech-Language Pathology Authors: Ellie Minchell Anna Rumbach Emma Finch Source Type: research

PD Check-In: The development and trial of a supported self-management program for people with Parkinson's disease following intensive speech intervention
CONCLUSIONS & IMPLICATIONS: The theoretical and practical underpinnings of PD Check-In were defined. The impact of PD Check-In on three persons with PD was variable but positive. Further evaluation of the model is warranted.WHAT THIS PAPER ADDS: What is already known on the subject LSVT LOUD provides efficacious treatment for the speech disorder associated with PD. Long-term maintenance of speech post-treatment varies following self-managed and group therapy interventions. People with PD have an unmet expectation of long-term maintenance of speech and improved quality of life following intensive treatment. What this pa...
Source: International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders - November 12, 2021 Category: Speech-Language Pathology Authors: Ann Finnimore Deborah Theodoros Anna F Rumbach Source Type: research

A systematic review of early speech interventions for children with cleft palate
CONCLUSIONS & IMPLICATIONS: The papers included in this review suggest that early naturalistic interventions can have positive impacts on the speech development of children with CP±L. However, the reported methodological quality of the publications overall was weak, and the current evidence lacks clarity and specificity in terms of therapy technique, delivery and optimum age of delivery. Future research should use more robust methodological designs to determine whether early speech interventions are beneficial for children born with CP±L.WHAT THIS PAPER ADDS: What is already known on the subject Children ...
Source: International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders - November 12, 2021 Category: Speech-Language Pathology Authors: Hannah Lane Sam Harding Yvonne Wren Source Type: research

The effects of endovascular clot retrieval and thrombolysis on dysphagia in an Australian quaternary hospital: A retrospective review
CONCLUSION: This study identified ongoing high rates of dysphagia amongst this patient population regardless of treatment type, demonstrating the need for ongoing SLP management post stroke. Further research is required in this area to develop an evidence-base for SLPs and the wider medical team and to inform clinical practice guidelines.WHAT THIS PAPER ADDS: What is already known on the subject Stroke is one of the leading causes of disability and death internationally. Dysphagia (impaired swallowing), a common sequalae of stroke, is known to contribute to decreased quality of life, increased length of hospital stay and m...
Source: International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders - November 12, 2021 Category: Speech-Language Pathology Authors: Ellie Minchell Anna Rumbach Emma Finch Source Type: research

PD Check-In: The development and trial of a supported self-management program for people with Parkinson's disease following intensive speech intervention
CONCLUSIONS & IMPLICATIONS: The theoretical and practical underpinnings of PD Check-In were defined. The impact of PD Check-In on three persons with PD was variable but positive. Further evaluation of the model is warranted.WHAT THIS PAPER ADDS: What is already known on the subject LSVT LOUD provides efficacious treatment for the speech disorder associated with PD. Long-term maintenance of speech post-treatment varies following self-managed and group therapy interventions. People with PD have an unmet expectation of long-term maintenance of speech and improved quality of life following intensive treatment. What this pa...
Source: International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders - November 12, 2021 Category: Speech-Language Pathology Authors: Ann Finnimore Deborah Theodoros Anna F Rumbach Source Type: research

A systematic review of early speech interventions for children with cleft palate
CONCLUSIONS & IMPLICATIONS: The papers included in this review suggest that early naturalistic interventions can have positive impacts on the speech development of children with CP±L. However, the reported methodological quality of the publications overall was weak, and the current evidence lacks clarity and specificity in terms of therapy technique, delivery and optimum age of delivery. Future research should use more robust methodological designs to determine whether early speech interventions are beneficial for children born with CP±L.WHAT THIS PAPER ADDS: What is already known on the subject Children ...
Source: International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders - November 12, 2021 Category: Speech-Language Pathology Authors: Hannah Lane Sam Harding Yvonne Wren Source Type: research

The effects of endovascular clot retrieval and thrombolysis on dysphagia in an Australian quaternary hospital: A retrospective review
CONCLUSION: This study identified ongoing high rates of dysphagia amongst this patient population regardless of treatment type, demonstrating the need for ongoing SLP management post stroke. Further research is required in this area to develop an evidence-base for SLPs and the wider medical team and to inform clinical practice guidelines.WHAT THIS PAPER ADDS: What is already known on the subject Stroke is one of the leading causes of disability and death internationally. Dysphagia (impaired swallowing), a common sequalae of stroke, is known to contribute to decreased quality of life, increased length of hospital stay and m...
Source: International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders - November 12, 2021 Category: Speech-Language Pathology Authors: Ellie Minchell Anna Rumbach Emma Finch Source Type: research

PD Check-In: The development and trial of a supported self-management program for people with Parkinson's disease following intensive speech intervention
CONCLUSIONS & IMPLICATIONS: The theoretical and practical underpinnings of PD Check-In were defined. The impact of PD Check-In on three persons with PD was variable but positive. Further evaluation of the model is warranted.WHAT THIS PAPER ADDS: What is already known on the subject LSVT LOUD provides efficacious treatment for the speech disorder associated with PD. Long-term maintenance of speech post-treatment varies following self-managed and group therapy interventions. People with PD have an unmet expectation of long-term maintenance of speech and improved quality of life following intensive treatment. What this pa...
Source: International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders - November 12, 2021 Category: Speech-Language Pathology Authors: Ann Finnimore Deborah Theodoros Anna F Rumbach Source Type: research

A systematic review of early speech interventions for children with cleft palate
CONCLUSIONS & IMPLICATIONS: The papers included in this review suggest that early naturalistic interventions can have positive impacts on the speech development of children with CP±L. However, the reported methodological quality of the publications overall was weak, and the current evidence lacks clarity and specificity in terms of therapy technique, delivery and optimum age of delivery. Future research should use more robust methodological designs to determine whether early speech interventions are beneficial for children born with CP±L.WHAT THIS PAPER ADDS: What is already known on the subject Children ...
Source: International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders - November 12, 2021 Category: Speech-Language Pathology Authors: Hannah Lane Sam Harding Yvonne Wren Source Type: research

The effects of endovascular clot retrieval and thrombolysis on dysphagia in an Australian quaternary hospital: A retrospective review
CONCLUSION: This study identified ongoing high rates of dysphagia amongst this patient population regardless of treatment type, demonstrating the need for ongoing SLP management post stroke. Further research is required in this area to develop an evidence-base for SLPs and the wider medical team and to inform clinical practice guidelines.WHAT THIS PAPER ADDS: What is already known on the subject Stroke is one of the leading causes of disability and death internationally. Dysphagia (impaired swallowing), a common sequalae of stroke, is known to contribute to decreased quality of life, increased length of hospital stay and m...
Source: International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders - November 12, 2021 Category: Speech-Language Pathology Authors: Ellie Minchell Anna Rumbach Emma Finch Source Type: research

PD Check-In: The development and trial of a supported self-management program for people with Parkinson's disease following intensive speech intervention
CONCLUSIONS & IMPLICATIONS: The theoretical and practical underpinnings of PD Check-In were defined. The impact of PD Check-In on three persons with PD was variable but positive. Further evaluation of the model is warranted.WHAT THIS PAPER ADDS: What is already known on the subject LSVT LOUD provides efficacious treatment for the speech disorder associated with PD. Long-term maintenance of speech post-treatment varies following self-managed and group therapy interventions. People with PD have an unmet expectation of long-term maintenance of speech and improved quality of life following intensive treatment. What this pa...
Source: International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders - November 12, 2021 Category: Speech-Language Pathology Authors: Ann Finnimore Deborah Theodoros Anna F Rumbach Source Type: research

A systematic review of early speech interventions for children with cleft palate
CONCLUSIONS & IMPLICATIONS: The papers included in this review suggest that early naturalistic interventions can have positive impacts on the speech development of children with CP±L. However, the reported methodological quality of the publications overall was weak, and the current evidence lacks clarity and specificity in terms of therapy technique, delivery and optimum age of delivery. Future research should use more robust methodological designs to determine whether early speech interventions are beneficial for children born with CP±L.WHAT THIS PAPER ADDS: What is already known on the subject Children ...
Source: International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders - November 12, 2021 Category: Speech-Language Pathology Authors: Hannah Lane Sam Harding Yvonne Wren Source Type: research

The effects of endovascular clot retrieval and thrombolysis on dysphagia in an Australian quaternary hospital: A retrospective review
CONCLUSION: This study identified ongoing high rates of dysphagia amongst this patient population regardless of treatment type, demonstrating the need for ongoing SLP management post stroke. Further research is required in this area to develop an evidence-base for SLPs and the wider medical team and to inform clinical practice guidelines.WHAT THIS PAPER ADDS: What is already known on the subject Stroke is one of the leading causes of disability and death internationally. Dysphagia (impaired swallowing), a common sequalae of stroke, is known to contribute to decreased quality of life, increased length of hospital stay and m...
Source: International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders - November 12, 2021 Category: Speech-Language Pathology Authors: Ellie Minchell Anna Rumbach Emma Finch Source Type: research

PD Check-In: The development and trial of a supported self-management program for people with Parkinson's disease following intensive speech intervention
CONCLUSIONS & IMPLICATIONS: The theoretical and practical underpinnings of PD Check-In were defined. The impact of PD Check-In on three persons with PD was variable but positive. Further evaluation of the model is warranted.WHAT THIS PAPER ADDS: What is already known on the subject LSVT LOUD provides efficacious treatment for the speech disorder associated with PD. Long-term maintenance of speech post-treatment varies following self-managed and group therapy interventions. People with PD have an unmet expectation of long-term maintenance of speech and improved quality of life following intensive treatment. What this pa...
Source: International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders - November 12, 2021 Category: Speech-Language Pathology Authors: Ann Finnimore Deborah Theodoros Anna F Rumbach Source Type: research

A systematic review of early speech interventions for children with cleft palate
CONCLUSIONS & IMPLICATIONS: The papers included in this review suggest that early naturalistic interventions can have positive impacts on the speech development of children with CP±L. However, the reported methodological quality of the publications overall was weak, and the current evidence lacks clarity and specificity in terms of therapy technique, delivery and optimum age of delivery. Future research should use more robust methodological designs to determine whether early speech interventions are beneficial for children born with CP±L.WHAT THIS PAPER ADDS: What is already known on the subject Children ...
Source: International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders - November 12, 2021 Category: Speech-Language Pathology Authors: Hannah Lane Sam Harding Yvonne Wren Source Type: research

The effects of endovascular clot retrieval and thrombolysis on dysphagia in an Australian quaternary hospital: A retrospective review
CONCLUSION: This study identified ongoing high rates of dysphagia amongst this patient population regardless of treatment type, demonstrating the need for ongoing SLP management post stroke. Further research is required in this area to develop an evidence-base for SLPs and the wider medical team and to inform clinical practice guidelines.WHAT THIS PAPER ADDS: What is already known on the subject Stroke is one of the leading causes of disability and death internationally. Dysphagia (impaired swallowing), a common sequalae of stroke, is known to contribute to decreased quality of life, increased length of hospital stay and m...
Source: International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders - November 12, 2021 Category: Speech-Language Pathology Authors: Ellie Minchell Anna Rumbach Emma Finch Source Type: research

PD Check-In: The development and trial of a supported self-management program for people with Parkinson's disease following intensive speech intervention
CONCLUSIONS & IMPLICATIONS: The theoretical and practical underpinnings of PD Check-In were defined. The impact of PD Check-In on three persons with PD was variable but positive. Further evaluation of the model is warranted.WHAT THIS PAPER ADDS: What is already known on the subject LSVT LOUD provides efficacious treatment for the speech disorder associated with PD. Long-term maintenance of speech post-treatment varies following self-managed and group therapy interventions. People with PD have an unmet expectation of long-term maintenance of speech and improved quality of life following intensive treatment. What this pa...
Source: International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders - November 12, 2021 Category: Speech-Language Pathology Authors: Ann Finnimore Deborah Theodoros Anna F Rumbach Source Type: research

A systematic review of early speech interventions for children with cleft palate
CONCLUSIONS & IMPLICATIONS: The papers included in this review suggest that early naturalistic interventions can have positive impacts on the speech development of children with CP±L. However, the reported methodological quality of the publications overall was weak, and the current evidence lacks clarity and specificity in terms of therapy technique, delivery and optimum age of delivery. Future research should use more robust methodological designs to determine whether early speech interventions are beneficial for children born with CP±L.WHAT THIS PAPER ADDS: What is already known on the subject Children ...
Source: International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders - November 12, 2021 Category: Speech-Language Pathology Authors: Hannah Lane Sam Harding Yvonne Wren Source Type: research

The effects of endovascular clot retrieval and thrombolysis on dysphagia in an Australian quaternary hospital: A retrospective review
CONCLUSION: This study identified ongoing high rates of dysphagia amongst this patient population regardless of treatment type, demonstrating the need for ongoing SLP management post stroke. Further research is required in this area to develop an evidence-base for SLPs and the wider medical team and to inform clinical practice guidelines.WHAT THIS PAPER ADDS: What is already known on the subject Stroke is one of the leading causes of disability and death internationally. Dysphagia (impaired swallowing), a common sequalae of stroke, is known to contribute to decreased quality of life, increased length of hospital stay and m...
Source: International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders - November 12, 2021 Category: Speech-Language Pathology Authors: Ellie Minchell Anna Rumbach Emma Finch Source Type: research

PD Check-In: The development and trial of a supported self-management program for people with Parkinson's disease following intensive speech intervention
CONCLUSIONS & IMPLICATIONS: The theoretical and practical underpinnings of PD Check-In were defined. The impact of PD Check-In on three persons with PD was variable but positive. Further evaluation of the model is warranted.WHAT THIS PAPER ADDS: What is already known on the subject LSVT LOUD provides efficacious treatment for the speech disorder associated with PD. Long-term maintenance of speech post-treatment varies following self-managed and group therapy interventions. People with PD have an unmet expectation of long-term maintenance of speech and improved quality of life following intensive treatment. What this pa...
Source: International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders - November 12, 2021 Category: Speech-Language Pathology Authors: Ann Finnimore Deborah Theodoros Anna F Rumbach Source Type: research

The utility of LENA as an indicator of developmental outcomes for young children with autism
CONCLUSIONS & IMPLICATIONS: The novel VR may provide an insight into autistic children's overall development in addition to their language ability, suggesting that even when collected in a short recording format, LENA might be a useful component of a multi-method assessment approach.WHAT THIS PAPER ADDS: What is already known on the subject To accurately capture language skills of children on the autism spectrum, multi-method approaches, including natural language sampling, are recommended. Tools such as LENA provide an efficient means of capturing and analysing naturalistic child language and the language learning env...
Source: International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders - October 22, 2021 Category: Speech-Language Pathology Authors: Rhylee Sulek Jodie Smith Catherine Anne Bent Kristelle Hudry David Trembath Giacomo Vivanti Cheryl Dissanayake Source Type: research

The utility of LENA as an indicator of developmental outcomes for young children with autism
CONCLUSIONS & IMPLICATIONS: The novel VR may provide an insight into autistic children's overall development in addition to their language ability, suggesting that even when collected in a short recording format, LENA might be a useful component of a multi-method assessment approach.WHAT THIS PAPER ADDS: What is already known on the subject To accurately capture language skills of children on the autism spectrum, multi-method approaches, including natural language sampling, are recommended. Tools such as LENA provide an efficient means of capturing and analysing naturalistic child language and the language learning env...
Source: International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders - October 22, 2021 Category: Speech-Language Pathology Authors: Rhylee Sulek Jodie Smith Catherine Anne Bent Kristelle Hudry David Trembath Giacomo Vivanti Cheryl Dissanayake Source Type: research

The utility of LENA as an indicator of developmental outcomes for young children with autism
CONCLUSIONS & IMPLICATIONS: The novel VR may provide an insight into autistic children's overall development in addition to their language ability, suggesting that even when collected in a short recording format, LENA might be a useful component of a multi-method assessment approach.WHAT THIS PAPER ADDS: What is already known on the subject To accurately capture language skills of children on the autism spectrum, multi-method approaches, including natural language sampling, are recommended. Tools such as LENA provide an efficient means of capturing and analysing naturalistic child language and the language learning env...
Source: International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders - October 22, 2021 Category: Speech-Language Pathology Authors: Rhylee Sulek Jodie Smith Catherine Anne Bent Kristelle Hudry David Trembath Giacomo Vivanti Cheryl Dissanayake Source Type: research

The utility of LENA as an indicator of developmental outcomes for young children with autism
CONCLUSIONS & IMPLICATIONS: The novel VR may provide an insight into autistic children's overall development in addition to their language ability, suggesting that even when collected in a short recording format, LENA might be a useful component of a multi-method assessment approach.WHAT THIS PAPER ADDS: What is already known on the subject To accurately capture language skills of children on the autism spectrum, multi-method approaches, including natural language sampling, are recommended. Tools such as LENA provide an efficient means of capturing and analysing naturalistic child language and the language learning env...
Source: International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders - October 22, 2021 Category: Speech-Language Pathology Authors: Rhylee Sulek Jodie Smith Catherine Anne Bent Kristelle Hudry David Trembath Giacomo Vivanti Cheryl Dissanayake Source Type: research

The utility of LENA as an indicator of developmental outcomes for young children with autism
CONCLUSIONS & IMPLICATIONS: The novel VR may provide an insight into autistic children's overall development in addition to their language ability, suggesting that even when collected in a short recording format, LENA might be a useful component of a multi-method assessment approach.WHAT THIS PAPER ADDS: What is already known on the subject To accurately capture language skills of children on the autism spectrum, multi-method approaches, including natural language sampling, are recommended. Tools such as LENA provide an efficient means of capturing and analysing naturalistic child language and the language learning env...
Source: International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders - October 22, 2021 Category: Speech-Language Pathology Authors: Rhylee Sulek Jodie Smith Catherine Anne Bent Kristelle Hudry David Trembath Giacomo Vivanti Cheryl Dissanayake Source Type: research

The utility of LENA as an indicator of developmental outcomes for young children with autism
CONCLUSIONS & IMPLICATIONS: The novel VR may provide an insight into autistic children's overall development in addition to their language ability, suggesting that even when collected in a short recording format, LENA might be a useful component of a multi-method assessment approach.WHAT THIS PAPER ADDS: What is already known on the subject To accurately capture language skills of children on the autism spectrum, multi-method approaches, including natural language sampling, are recommended. Tools such as LENA provide an efficient means of capturing and analysing naturalistic child language and the language learning env...
Source: International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders - October 22, 2021 Category: Speech-Language Pathology Authors: Rhylee Sulek Jodie Smith Catherine Anne Bent Kristelle Hudry David Trembath Giacomo Vivanti Cheryl Dissanayake Source Type: research

The utility of LENA as an indicator of developmental outcomes for young children with autism
CONCLUSIONS & IMPLICATIONS: The novel VR may provide an insight into autistic children's overall development in addition to their language ability, suggesting that even when collected in a short recording format, LENA might be a useful component of a multi-method assessment approach.WHAT THIS PAPER ADDS: What is already known on the subject To accurately capture language skills of children on the autism spectrum, multi-method approaches, including natural language sampling, are recommended. Tools such as LENA provide an efficient means of capturing and analysing naturalistic child language and the language learning env...
Source: International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders - October 22, 2021 Category: Speech-Language Pathology Authors: Rhylee Sulek Jodie Smith Catherine Anne Bent Kristelle Hudry David Trembath Giacomo Vivanti Cheryl Dissanayake Source Type: research

The utility of LENA as an indicator of developmental outcomes for young children with autism
CONCLUSIONS & IMPLICATIONS: The novel VR may provide an insight into autistic children's overall development in addition to their language ability, suggesting that even when collected in a short recording format, LENA might be a useful component of a multi-method assessment approach.WHAT THIS PAPER ADDS: What is already known on the subject To accurately capture language skills of children on the autism spectrum, multi-method approaches, including natural language sampling, are recommended. Tools such as LENA provide an efficient means of capturing and analysing naturalistic child language and the language learning env...
Source: International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders - October 22, 2021 Category: Speech-Language Pathology Authors: Rhylee Sulek Jodie Smith Catherine Anne Bent Kristelle Hudry David Trembath Giacomo Vivanti Cheryl Dissanayake Source Type: research

The utility of LENA as an indicator of developmental outcomes for young children with autism
CONCLUSIONS & IMPLICATIONS: The novel VR may provide an insight into autistic children's overall development in addition to their language ability, suggesting that even when collected in a short recording format, LENA might be a useful component of a multi-method assessment approach.WHAT THIS PAPER ADDS: What is already known on the subject To accurately capture language skills of children on the autism spectrum, multi-method approaches, including natural language sampling, are recommended. Tools such as LENA provide an efficient means of capturing and analysing naturalistic child language and the language learning env...
Source: International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders - October 22, 2021 Category: Speech-Language Pathology Authors: Rhylee Sulek Jodie Smith Catherine Anne Bent Kristelle Hudry David Trembath Giacomo Vivanti Cheryl Dissanayake Source Type: research

The utility of LENA as an indicator of developmental outcomes for young children with autism
CONCLUSIONS & IMPLICATIONS: The novel VR may provide an insight into autistic children's overall development in addition to their language ability, suggesting that even when collected in a short recording format, LENA might be a useful component of a multi-method assessment approach.WHAT THIS PAPER ADDS: What is already known on the subject To accurately capture language skills of children on the autism spectrum, multi-method approaches, including natural language sampling, are recommended. Tools such as LENA provide an efficient means of capturing and analysing naturalistic child language and the language learning env...
Source: International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders - October 22, 2021 Category: Speech-Language Pathology Authors: Rhylee Sulek Jodie Smith Catherine Anne Bent Kristelle Hudry David Trembath Giacomo Vivanti Cheryl Dissanayake Source Type: research

The utility of LENA as an indicator of developmental outcomes for young children with autism
CONCLUSIONS & IMPLICATIONS: The novel VR may provide an insight into autistic children's overall development in addition to their language ability, suggesting that even when collected in a short recording format, LENA might be a useful component of a multi-method assessment approach.WHAT THIS PAPER ADDS: What is already known on the subject To accurately capture language skills of children on the autism spectrum, multi-method approaches, including natural language sampling, are recommended. Tools such as LENA provide an efficient means of capturing and analysing naturalistic child language and the language learning env...
Source: International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders - October 22, 2021 Category: Speech-Language Pathology Authors: Rhylee Sulek Jodie Smith Catherine Anne Bent Kristelle Hudry David Trembath Giacomo Vivanti Cheryl Dissanayake Source Type: research

The utility of LENA as an indicator of developmental outcomes for young children with autism
CONCLUSIONS & IMPLICATIONS: The novel VR may provide an insight into autistic children's overall development in addition to their language ability, suggesting that even when collected in a short recording format, LENA might be a useful component of a multi-method assessment approach.WHAT THIS PAPER ADDS: What is already known on the subject To accurately capture language skills of children on the autism spectrum, multi-method approaches, including natural language sampling, are recommended. Tools such as LENA provide an efficient means of capturing and analysing naturalistic child language and the language learning env...
Source: International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders - October 22, 2021 Category: Speech-Language Pathology Authors: Rhylee Sulek Jodie Smith Catherine Anne Bent Kristelle Hudry David Trembath Giacomo Vivanti Cheryl Dissanayake Source Type: research

The utility of LENA as an indicator of developmental outcomes for young children with autism
CONCLUSIONS & IMPLICATIONS: The novel VR may provide an insight into autistic children's overall development in addition to their language ability, suggesting that even when collected in a short recording format, LENA might be a useful component of a multi-method assessment approach.WHAT THIS PAPER ADDS: What is already known on the subject To accurately capture language skills of children on the autism spectrum, multi-method approaches, including natural language sampling, are recommended. Tools such as LENA provide an efficient means of capturing and analysing naturalistic child language and the language learning env...
Source: International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders - October 22, 2021 Category: Speech-Language Pathology Authors: Rhylee Sulek Jodie Smith Catherine Anne Bent Kristelle Hudry David Trembath Giacomo Vivanti Cheryl Dissanayake Source Type: research

Assessment of minority language skills in English-Irish-speaking bilingual children: A survey of SLT perspectives and current practices
CONCLUSIONS & IMPLICATIONS: Our findings highlight the challenges faced by SLTs in meeting best-practice guidelines in the assessment of speakers of minority languages such as Irish. Further work is needed to ensure clinicians and other professionals have access to information and enhanced training on bilingual language acquisition in minority language contexts and implications for assessment and diagnosis. This study underlines the need for further research on the acquisition of minority languages as well as the development of alternative assessment tools to assist SLTs in meeting the needs of this population.WHAT THI...
Source: International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders - October 18, 2021 Category: Speech-Language Pathology Authors: Linda Mulgrew Orla Duffy Lynda Kennedy Source Type: research

Corrigendum for Trimble & amp; Patterson (2020), 'Cough reflex testing in acute stroke: A survey of current UK service provision and speech and language therapist perceptions'
Int J Lang Commun Disord. 2021 Oct 18. doi: 10.1111/1460-6984.12677. Online ahead of print.NO ABSTRACTPMID:34662470 | DOI:10.1111/1460-6984.12677 (Source: International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders)
Source: International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders - October 18, 2021 Category: Speech-Language Pathology Source Type: research

Assessment of minority language skills in English-Irish-speaking bilingual children: A survey of SLT perspectives and current practices
CONCLUSIONS & IMPLICATIONS: Our findings highlight the challenges faced by SLTs in meeting best-practice guidelines in the assessment of speakers of minority languages such as Irish. Further work is needed to ensure clinicians and other professionals have access to information and enhanced training on bilingual language acquisition in minority language contexts and implications for assessment and diagnosis. This study underlines the need for further research on the acquisition of minority languages as well as the development of alternative assessment tools to assist SLTs in meeting the needs of this population.WHAT THI...
Source: International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders - October 18, 2021 Category: Speech-Language Pathology Authors: Linda Mulgrew Orla Duffy Lynda Kennedy Source Type: research

Corrigendum for Trimble & amp; Patterson (2020), 'Cough reflex testing in acute stroke: A survey of current UK service provision and speech and language therapist perceptions'
Int J Lang Commun Disord. 2021 Oct 18. doi: 10.1111/1460-6984.12677. Online ahead of print.NO ABSTRACTPMID:34662470 | DOI:10.1111/1460-6984.12677 (Source: International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders)
Source: International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders - October 18, 2021 Category: Speech-Language Pathology Source Type: research

Assessment of minority language skills in English-Irish-speaking bilingual children: A survey of SLT perspectives and current practices
CONCLUSIONS & IMPLICATIONS: Our findings highlight the challenges faced by SLTs in meeting best-practice guidelines in the assessment of speakers of minority languages such as Irish. Further work is needed to ensure clinicians and other professionals have access to information and enhanced training on bilingual language acquisition in minority language contexts and implications for assessment and diagnosis. This study underlines the need for further research on the acquisition of minority languages as well as the development of alternative assessment tools to assist SLTs in meeting the needs of this population.WHAT THI...
Source: International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders - October 18, 2021 Category: Speech-Language Pathology Authors: Linda Mulgrew Orla Duffy Lynda Kennedy Source Type: research