The Sage-Schools Collaborative is a research-to-practice partnership between the SDSU Sage Project, the San Diego Unified School District, and the Phonological Typologies Lab. Through this partnership, we are collaborating with speech-language pathologist Jennifer Taps Richard and other school practitioners on a sustainable model of evidence-based management of speech sound disorders in the schools. The research-to-practice collaboration, which launched in 2018, has been approved by the San Diego Unified School District Research and Evaluation Office and by the SDSU Institutional Review Board.
- Combiths, P., Barlow, J.A., Taps Richard, J., Pruitt-Lord, S. (2019). Treatment targets for co-occurring speech-language impairment: A case study. Perspectives of the ASHA Special Interest Groups, 4, 240-256.
- Combiths, P., Taps, Richard, J., Pruitt-Lord, S.L., & Barlow, J.A. (2017, November). At the intersection of speech and language: A word-final treatment case study. Poster presented at the Annual Convention of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Los Angeles.
- Taps Richard, J., Barlow, J.A., & Combiths, P. (2017, November). Applying phonological complexity in the schools: Insights from 32 case studies. Presented Annual Convention of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Los Angeles.