Medical Resources

Speech Language and Therapy

  • Dyspraxia: Can We talk?. This site is a brochure and handout resource for Speech Language Pathologists, parents and friends. It specializes in FREE, quickly read and easily understood materials about working with speech delayed children.
  • Free Language Stuff: Here you can find hundreds of language worksheets and activities in more than 20 areas.
  • languageisheartosay.com: Speech & language therapy blog with articles and teaching resources.
  • Prasini Priza: The page aims to give educational information and educational material to parents and teachers of young children with or without learning difficulties and dyslexia. (Greek and English)
  • Speech Language-Therapy dot com: The content reflects the professional, clinical, teaching and research activities of the site owner Caroline Bowen who has special interests in children’s speech sound disorders and the role of families in intervention. The site was voted Best Teacher Blog in the 2012 Edublog Awards.
  • Speech Therapy Materials: Lots and lots of free material and many more offered by the Speaking of Speech.com.
  • Speech Therapy Resources by Judith Maginnis Kuster: Judith Kuster is an American Speech-Language and Hearing Association certified speech-language pathologist and an emeritus professor in the Department of Speech, Hearing and Rehabilitation Services, Minnesota State University, Mankato.