Because of the relationship between speech and language delays and reading difficulties, speech-language pathologists should be encouraged to include elements of reading in their therapy with preschoolers. By using such activities, speech-language pathologists should observe an increase in the language and speech abilities of their clients, regardless of the children's present abilities. Reading can be included in the context of therapy in various ways, but the most efficient way is to design thematic units with correlated prereading and postreading activities.
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Crume, Angela, "Storybook Reading and the Speech Language Pathologist: A Fundamental Partnership for Speech and Language Intervention" (1998). Honors College Capstone Experience/Thesis Projects. Paper 15.