Speech Pen Pals

October 2015
ASHA Leader;Oct2015, Vol. 20 Issue 10, p42
Trade Publication
The article describes the Speech Pen Pals project launched by speech-language pathologists in New York. Topics covered include concept and goals of the project, solicitation of pen pals for speech-language therapy patients, lessons that can be learned from the project and the practical application of the skills learned by the patients.


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