Speech pathologists frequently rely on educators to support preschool-aged children withspeech sound disorders and to engage such children in activities that target their speechproduction.This study aimed to explore educators’ perspectives on supporting speech pathologyintervention for children within their preschool programs, specifically the use of a first-phasecomputer-based intervention.
|Number of pages||1|
|Publication status||Published - 2015|
|Event||Speech Pathology Australia National Conference - National Convention Centre, Canberra , Australia|
Duration: 17 May 2015 → 20 May 2015
https://www.speechpathologyaustralia.org.au/SPAweb/Professional_Development/Past_and_Future_National_Conferences/SPAweb/Professional_Development/National_Conference/Past_and_future_Conferences/Past_and_future_Conferences.aspx?hkey=95135a9e-4016-40a6-9f85-9181118f3297 (abstracts and program)
|Conference||Speech Pathology Australia National Conference|
|Abbreviated title||Challenge, Broaden, Revolutionise|
|Period||17/05/15 → 20/05/15|
Crowe, K., Cumming, T., McCormack, J., McLeod, S., Wren, Y., & Roulstone, S. (2015). Sound Start Study: Educators’ perceptions of supporting speech pathology intervention in preschools. 132. Abstract from Speech Pathology Australia National Conference, Canberra , Australia.