The role of the speech and language clinician on a multidisciplinary team
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This article describes the role of the speech and language clinician on a psychoeducational multidisciplinary team. The effects of language disorders on childrens' behavior and treatment are discussed along with specific ways in which the speech and language clinician can intervene.
Key wordsSpeech and Language Clinician Multidisciplinary Team
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