What we think about our ability to learn matters What we think about our ability to learn matters. Believing that we can only learn a fixed amount, or that others can only learn a fixed amount, does not offer anyone the opportunity to grow. Without the belief that we can learn and grow, a “C” […]
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Twice exceptional learners may remain undiagnosed, by educational professionals including Speech Pathologist, because of their unique abilities in other areas. The language assessment in a neuropsychological battery and in some speech pathology tests often require only one-word or limited responses.
Each person has different strengths and weaknesses. Part of the speech language pathologist job is to help each person understand and use their strengths to overcome their weaknesses. Discovering each person’s strengths is like uncovering pearls. The goal is to learn how to use an individuals strength to decrease or navigate around their speech language deficit. It’s […]