Canadian Journal of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology

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Research Article|June 20, 2019|Vol. 43, No. 2|pages 81-93

The Co-Occurrence of Possible Developmental Coordination Disorder and Suspected Childhood Apraxia of Speech

Holly Duchow, Alanna Lindsay, Kayla Roth, Sylvia Schell, Delanie Allen, Carol A. Boliek

Clinical Focus|June 12, 2019|Vol. 43, No. 1|pages 63-80

Assessment, Diagnosis, and Recovery from Language Disorder at Kindergarten Age: A Survey of Clinicians

Monique Charest, Paige Borger, Carolyne Chan, Kaitlin Sanders, Beatrice Yip, Lu-Anne McFarlane, Phyllis Schneider

Tutorial|June 12, 2019|Vol. 43, No. 1|pages 49-61

Assessment, Diagnosis, and Recovery From Language Disorder at Kindergarten Age: Research Review and Clinical Discussion

Monique Charest, Paige Borger, Carolyne Chan, Kaitlin Sanders, Beatrice Yip, Lu-Anne McFarlane, Phyllis Schneider

Research Article|June 11, 2019|Vol. 43, No. 1|pages 35-47

Busy Toy Designs Reduce the Specificity of Mothers’ References to Toy Parts During Toy Play With Their Toddlers

Daniela K. O’Neill, Taylor J. Deglint, Ashley M. McKinnon, Angela Nyhout, Julianne Scott

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