Canadian Journal of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology

Journal Issues

2021|Volume 45

No. 2

Research Article |2021|Vol. 45, No. 2|pages 77-97

Implications of United States Service Evidence for Growing Multiethnic Adult Neurorehabilitation Caseloads Worldwide

José G. Centeno, Joyce L. Harris

Research Article |2021|Vol. 45, No. 2|pages 99-112

Introducing the Coding Observations of Parent–Child Interactions (COPI): An Observational Measure of the Parental Behaviours That Matter for Language Development

Audette Sylvestre, Mélissa Di Sante, Élise Brassart, Jean Leblond

Clinical Focus |2021|Vol. 45, No. 2|pages 113-130

Act Early Autism Project: The Feasibility of an Early Pathway to Care for Toddlers at Risk of Autism Spectrum Disorder

Robin Gaines, Yolanda Korneluk, Danielle Quigley, Abigail D. Delehanty, Laurie A. Vismara

Tutorial |2021|Vol. 45, No. 2|pages 131-142

The diverse functional origins of acquired anomia: clinical illustrations

Laura Monetta, Annie Légaré, Joël Macoir

No. 1

Complete Journal Issue |2021|Vol. 45, No. 1|pages 1-75

Canadian Journal of Speech-Language Pathology & Audiology

Clinical Focus |2021|Vol. 45, No. 1|pages 1-13

Dynamic Assessment and Small-Group Play-Based Context Supporting First Nation Children’s Standard English Language Development

Shelley Stagg Peterson, Nazila Eisazadeh, Dana Hopkins, Sharla Peltier

Research Article |2021|Vol. 45, No. 1|pages 15-28

School-Aged French-Speaking Children’s Word Finding in Narration: A Pilot Study

Vincent Bourassa Bédard, Natacha Trudeau

Tutorial |2021|Vol. 45, No. 1|pages 29-40

Maintaining Satisfactory Communication with People Suffering from Alzheimer's Disease: Creation of Videos for Caregivers

Camille Angers, Jessica Sylvain, Joël Macoir

Research Article |2021|Vol. 45, No. 1|pages 41-58

Implementing Evidence-Based Assessment Practices for the Monitoring of Spoken Language Outcomes in Children who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing in a Large Community Program

Barbara Jane Cunningham, Olivia M. Daub, Janis Oram Cardy

Research Article |2021|Vol. 45, No. 1|pages 59-75

Engaging Clinicians and Graduate Students in the Design and Evaluation of Educational Resources About Universal Design for Learning

Vanessa Tomas, Patricia Solomon, Justine Hamilton, Wenonah N. Campbell

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