13 03, 2019

Documenting Language Therapy Progress in School Settings

2019-03-14T14:19:48-05:00March 13th, 2019|Analysis, Assessment, LSA process, Reporting and monitoring|

 Last November at ASHA we decided to focus our efforts on documenting progress in our talk, “Documenting Language Therapy Progress in School Settings.” It was exciting (and a bit nerve wracking) to present to a packed room, but we were so grateful for everyone who [...]

16 07, 2018

Why Voice Recognition Doesn’t Work for Transcription

2018-07-16T04:28:13-05:00July 16th, 2018|LSA process, Research, Solving barriers to implementation, Transcription|

You mean, I can’t just record the language sample right into SALT? When talking with people new to SALT I frequently hear, “Oh, I have to transcribe the sample? Can’t I just record into SALT?” There is typically a look of disappointment when I reply [...]

15 06, 2018

Four Myths About Language Sample Analysis

2018-06-12T14:33:03-05:00June 15th, 2018|LSA process, Solving barriers to implementation|

Why don’t you use language sample analysis in your practice? “It takes too much time.” “The results are difficult to interpret.” “It’s just hard to learn how to do it.”   “The whole process is too difficult.” Sound familiar? I promise you, it’s not as [...]

3 04, 2018

The Big Picture: Language Sample Analysis Capturing Communication in Action

2018-04-09T09:45:31-05:00April 3rd, 2018|About us, LSA process|

Language sample analysis: time consuming and complicated. Maybe. But it’s also one of the most effective diagnostic and monitoring tools SLPs have to help our clients. I have dedicated the last 30-odd years of my life to researching language sample analysis, striving to make it [...]