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- Shaping Careers - Read it in Dialogue
  2005-03-10
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  2004-10-20

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  2005-03-17
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  2005-03-17
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  2005-03-17
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  2005-03-17



        


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 Shaping Careers - Read it in Dialogue   Posted: 2021-03-10
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 SAILS Completion   Posted: 2021-02-03
 
SAILS Completion
The Software Group has completed a clinical research software named Speech Assessment and Interactive Learning System. The primary technical and graphical developer Mona AbouTaka have completed this product in early January, 2004.
This tool was developed by clinicians specializing in child speech and language disorders, to permit advanced assessment and treatment of articulation and phonological disorders in preschool and school-aged children. Based on years of scientific and clinical research, the SAILS approach has been demonstrated to be effective in identifying children who are unable to correctly discriminate between correct pronunciations and certain error sounds and to help them to learn to pronounce these sounds correctly. Natural speech recordings from many children and adults are used, so that correctly-produced sounds are contrasted with typical, real-world errors for each sound. The use of many different talkers promotes carry-over outside the clinical setting.
2021-02-03
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