Cleft and Craniofacial Conditions: Speech Issues
This site provides hundreds of free resources for teaching baby sign language which is basically modified American Sign Language aimed to be used as a transitional communication tool by infants and toddlers in the pre-verbal stage and little ones with speech delays due to various health profiles.
Agency of National Institutes of Health (NIH) supporting research into hearing, speech, and language issues.
Organization engaged in building parent speech training programs that complete the job that surgery begins. Earthspeak trains parents and other lay people to become the speech teachers their children need.
Many speech-language pathologists and parents of children with apraxia of speech have taken to blogging to share resources, teaching tips, and technology recommendations for making speech development easy and fun. This site has compiled a list of 100 best web resources for anyone with an interest in speech-language pathology.
The ASL Resource Guide provides links to begin building a comprehensive ASL foundation; each URL showcases different aspects of the language and culture of the sign language community.