Studies Related to Speech intelligibility problem current as of Thursday, February 29, 2024

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Caregivers' Perspectives on AAC Training

Looking For:
Caregivers of individuals who have complex communication needs

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Child Language & Literacy Lab

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Preschool and school-age children

Compensation:
Language evaluations at no cost to you.


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Down Syndrome Speech Enrichment Intervention

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Children with Down Syndrome ages 4-16 years

Compensation:
Child receives intervention sessions at no cost


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Preschooler’s Speech Development

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Children who are 4 or 5 years of age who may or may not have speech articulation difficulties

Compensation:
up to $10 as compensation for their time


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Reading Tutoring at No Cost

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Children must be between 5 and a half and 7 years 11 months of age with normal hearing, have a speech sound disorder, and be struggling to learn to read.

Compensation:
Yes


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Young Children’s Speech Development

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Children who are 4 years or 5 years of age who may or may not have speech articulation difficulties

Compensation:
Participants will receive up to $40 as compensation for their time.


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