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Apricot, Inc.
Educational materials and services for children and adults with learning, language, and/or behavior differences, including autism, dyslexia, and ADHD. Workshops held in Portland, Oregon.
National Center for Voice and Speech
Research center dedicated to studying the powers, limitations, and enhancement of human voice and speech. Located at the University of Iowa.
Hardin Meta Directory: Speech Pathology
From the University of Iowa, a directory of online speech-pathology resource lists.
UK charity representing children and young adults with communication impairments, promoting their inclusion in society, and supporting their parents and carers.
The Voice Foundation
A world leader in the education and care of the professional voice user. Its online home provides information about Foundation's video library, meetings, and journal, as well as a search engine for locating Foundation members around the world.
Resources for Speech Therapists
Free professional resources, including links, e-mail accounts (, job and course listings, event calendar, and discussion areas.
Marcie's Speech Domain
Resources for speech pathology graduate students and professionals, including a dedicated message board and pointers to speech disorder sites and lesson plans. Presented by Speech Pathology Masters Candidate Marcie Easton.
Communication Therapy International
Professional association sharing experience with, and information about, communication disabilities in less developed countries. Its Web-based resources include activity listings, membership details, a recommended-reading list, and a global forum.
Net Connections for Communication Disorders and Sciences
A guide to speech-language pathology and audiology resources on the Internet. Features links to scientific information, discussion groups, and related commercial products.
The National Center for Neurogenic Communication Disorders
Staffed by scientists, educators, students, and supporting personnel who are concerned with speech and language disorders caused by diseases of the nervous system.
Communication Independence for the Neurologically Impaired
Founded by speech pathologists, people with ALS and family members, this nonprofit organization disseminates information about the communication technology that may help them.
Sounds Right
Web-based consultation service for concerned parents who believe that their child may have a speech, speaking, or sound problem.
Speechville Express
A language-development resource for parents, educators, and medical professionals. Impairment-specific articles, books, software, toys, and support groups are featured.
Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists
Professional body of and for speech and language therapists (SLTs) in the United Kingdom and Ireland. The College's online offerings include leaflets on communication disorders, a message board for SLTs and consumers, and career information.
Hidden Brilliance
Supportive information for persons living with a speech impediment, learning disability or other affliction that hides their true brilliance.
Caroline Bowen, Ph.D. - Speech-Language Pathologist
Over 150 pages of speech-language pathology information for consumers, professionals, and students. Frequently asked questions, word retrieval activities for children, links to parents' homepages, an article on treatment planning, and a "Start Page" of essential SLP links are among the featured resources.
Luisa Cabré, Logopedics Online
Multilingual answers to questions about logopedics, the pedagogical treatment of speech and language disturbances.
Speech Pathology Online
Articles, continuing education modules, news, classifieds, and school listings pertaining to speech pathology.
Talking Point
An informational resource for parents and professionals, focusing on speech, language, and communication difficulties in children. Developed by the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists, Afasic, and I Can.

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