Report Your Continuing Education Hours for the 2016 NJSHA Convention.
The Online CE Reporting System is now available. We apologize for the delay due to the technical issues we were experiencing. Thank you for your patience. The deadline to submit your CEUs has been extended to May 2, 2016.
Ten Questions About Terminology for Children With Unexplained Language Problems D. V. M. Bishop The current mayhem in diagnostic labels is unsustainable; it causes confusion and impedes research progress and access to appropriate services. We need to achieve consensus on diagnostic criteria and terminology. The DSM-5 term ‘language disorder’ is problematic because it identifies too wide a range of conditions on an internet search. One solution is to retain specific language impairment, with the understanding that ‘specific’ means idiopathic (i.e., of unknown origin) rather than implying there are no other problems beyond language. Other options are the terms ‘primary language impairment’, ‘developmental language disorder’ or ‘language learning impairment’. Read more