Canadian Journal of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology

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Research Article|September 2, 2020|Vol. 44, No. 2|pages 87-106

TELEQ: creation and pre-validation of a Québec spelling assessment tool

Marie-Ève Beaudry, Patricia Laniel, Laurence Malo-Véronneau, Mathilde Picotte-Lavoie, Bruno Gauthier

Research Article|July 30, 2020|Vol. 44, No. 2|pages 73-85

Systemic Equity of Access to Speech-Language Rehabilitation for Ontarians With Communicative Disabilities

Anna Victoria Wong

Research Article|July 21, 2020|Vol. 44, No. 2|pages 57-72

A Pilot Study on the Mirror Effect PLUS Protocol: A Standardized and Adapted Facial Rehabilitation for Acute Bell’s Palsy

Sarah Martineau, Vincent Martel-Sauvageau, Éric Piette, Akram Rahal, Anne-Marie Chouinard, Karine Marcotte

Clinical Focus|June 25, 2020|Vol. 44, No. 2|pages 49-56

The Role of Speech-Language Pathologists in Medical Assistance in Dying: Canadian Experience to Inform Clinical Practice

Katrina DeZeeuw, Emilie Lalonde Myers

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