multilingualism and disorders

Week in Review

Multilingual Living’s Week in Review: November 14th

by Corey
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This is a review of the interesting articles, Tweets, Facebook posts and more which took place this week in and around our Multilingual Living universe. Thank you everyone for sharing your tips with me! Keep them coming!

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Education in a Foreign Language for Children with Special Needs?

by Corey
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Dear Madalena, I wanted to ask you about kids with special education needs attending language immersion programs. If the student has reading/writing/language processing disabilities, is it too much to add on top of that the layer of going to school in a foreign language that is not supported in the home?

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Expert Advice

Multilingualism & Disorders: How can I find a bilingual speech-language therapist where I live?

by Corey
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Multilingualism is neither odd nor worrying: what is odd, and very worrying, are the views that persist about it. The topics in this Multilingualism & Disorders series aim at clarifying the misconceptions that associate multilingualism with disorders. Each topic offers a brief introduction to common questions, and includes one token reference, which either marks watershed […]

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Multilingualism & Disorders: My Speech-Language Therapist Wants Me to Switch to One Language

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Multilingualism is neither odd nor worrying: what is odd, and very worrying, are the views that persist about it. The topics in this Multilingualism & Disorders series aim at clarifying the misconceptions that associate multilingualism with disorders. Each topic offers a brief introduction to common questions, and includes one token reference, which either marks watershed […]

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Multilingualism & Disorders: Do Speech-Language Therapists Receive Special Training for Multilingual Children?

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Multilingualism is neither odd nor worrying: what is odd, and very worrying, are the views that persist about it. The topics in this Multilingualism & Disorders series aim at clarifying the misconceptions that associate multilingualism with disorders. Each topic offers a brief introduction to common questions, and includes one token reference, which either marks watershed […]

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