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Parent Training and Home Practice: How Much is Too Much?

More and more, researchers in speech-language intervention are confirming what practitioners have suspected for years: that intensity matters. Research has suggested early, intensified intervention is most effective in rapid, long-lasting improvement. It would be...

An Unanticipated Response to Intervention

I began this school year straight out of graduate school, well-educated in Response to Intervention theories and practices, eager to incorporate at-risk work into my schedule. It’s effective, it’s important, and, more importantly, as of July 2012, it’s legally...

Implementing Evidence-Based Practices in Schools

It’s an interesting time to be working in public education. With the new Special Education reform, including the recent mandate that all schools implement Response to Intervention (RTI) procedures for at-risk students, schools are scrambling to figure out how to...