Year of Publication
Master of Science in Communication Sciences & Disorders (MSCSD)
Communication Sciences & Disorders
Dr. Jodelle Deem
Dr. Judith Page
Managing language choice in speech-language intervention is increasingly an issue for speech-pathologists treating bilingual children. Frequently L2 approaches only are implemented, resulting in negative effects on L1 acquisition, familial ties, and cultural transmission. This study examined the impact of a bilingual intervention on a school-aged child and her family. Providing intervention and therapy activities in the L1 resulted in increased parental engagement, increased L1 use by the child, and increased awareness of strategies for treating bilingual children among SLPs at the study site.
Taei, Zaynab, "A CLINICAL CASE STUDY EXPLORING THE IMPACT OF BILINGUAL SUPPORT IN SPEECH-LANGUAGE INTERVENTION FOR A CHILD WITH AUTISM" (2015). Theses and Dissertations--Communication Sciences and Disorders. 5.