Social communication isn’t exactly what a lot of educators think it is, and it’s a skill that reaches more kids and takes more time to develop than many educators want to admit. This post outlines the top 10 social language myths and what their corresponding truths are so that you can become a more effective speech-language therapist.
About the Author
Shannon is a pediatric SLP and the creator behind Speechy Musings. As an SLP, she is most passionate about language, literacy, and AAC. Outside of being an SLP, she loves hiking, camping, dogs, and travel.
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