This document presents a speech and language evaluation for “GM,” a 9;7 old English/Spanish bilingual who was diagnosed with a moderate receptive-expressive language disorder.
Dr. Cate Crowley created this document to support speech language pathologists in appropriate disability determination, from carrying out the assessment to writing a quality report. Included here is a template along with the law, policy, and research supporting it as best practice in identifying individuals with disability.
In this module, Cate introduces the DDPE module series by discussing why it is so important to get an accurate diagnosis. She does so by demonstrating a real-life evaluation step by step.
In this second module, Cate reviews the critical questions that should be asked of the parent during an evaluation and begins the first part of the interview with Alex’s mother.
In this third video module, Cate continues on with the critical questions that need to be answered during the parent interview.
This document presents appropriate goals for “Alex,” a 2;10 old English/ Spanish bilingual who was diagnosed with apraxia.
This is a model evaluation of AR: a 4;7 year old sequential bilingual Spanish/English girl with typically developing language skills despite evidence of deficit in both languages.
In this module, Cate discusses the two types of bilinguals: simultaneous and sequential.
This module investigates factors that influence bilingual language development.
This module is the first of three presenting the critical questions: nine essential questions that must be asked in every caregiver interview during an evaluation.