More Internet Gold for SLPs

by Judith Maginnis Kuster - Minnesota State University, Mankato (

Many school districts and hospitals are cutting budgets. Clinicians are looking for ways to stretch dollars for equipment and supplies. For those clinicians that have a computer with Internet access, numerous sites provide wonderful materials that can be adapted for therapy or suggested to clients for extra practice. In August 2000, this column featured "Internet Gold for School-Based SLPs." In the past year many more materials have come online. Additional treasures for clinicians and clients are highlighted here and will be highlighted further in my December column. Several of the sites listed below may require a Java-capable web-browser and additional plug-ins such as "shockwave."

Judith Kuster is in the department of communication disorders at Minnesota State University, Mankato. Contact her by email at

Kuster, JM, More Internet Gold for SLPs ASHA Leader, November 6, 2001, p. 18-19.