Phonological Treatment with Bilingual Individuals

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Thank you for joining the April 2008 edition of Adelante!  This month, Dr. Leah Fabiano will discuss Phonological Treatment with Bilingual Individuals.

The information Dr. Fabiano presents includes:

  • Reviewing existing research on bilingual acquisition and intervention with bilingual children
  • Reviewing current approaches to bilingual speech and language intervention
  • Completing the therapy goal selection process
  • Completing the order goal selection process and choosing initial language of intervention

Please be sure to ask your questions or share your thoughts on this topic!

Posted in: Archived Posts, Treatment Resources

4 responses to “Phonological Treatment with Bilingual Individuals”

  1. RB says:

    Thank you for the presentation. It confirmed I’ve been conducting my bilingual therapy appropriately –I just didn’t know the terminology so now I can put a name to my approaches and goal selection. Gracias!

  2. Maria del Pilar Salvat says:

    Hi my name is Maria Salvat. I am a Bilingual SLP with 10 years of experience. I think this is a very interesting topic. I have a presentation in shared sounds between English and Spanish and how to treat in monolingual enviroment. I also participated in another presentation using literacy skills in Bilingual children. How can I participate in research/treatment/assesment. I love this topic I am looking for opportunities to participate in any of this areas.

  3. Hello Maria,

    It’s nice to hear when people want to share the information they have. If you live in the United States, one thing I would suggest is submitting a proposal to ASHA or your state convention.

    On January 15th, ASHA will open it’s call for papers for the ASHA Conference in New Orleans in November. You can get more details about this process at:
    You can find information about submitting proposals to individual state convention on their web sites.

  4. sandrar says:

    Hi! I was surfing and found your blog post… nice! I love your blog. 🙂 Cheers! Sandra. R.