SAC Position Statement on Learning an Additional Language in the Context of Language Disorder

Speech-Language and Audiology Canada (SAC) recently released their position statement on how to work with children who are growing up in homes where more than one language is spoken, i.e., they are bilingually exposed. In the statement, research from SASS’s Dr. Stefka Marinova-Todd and Dr. Paola Colozzo has been cited together with other researchers who have done great work on bilingual children.

The position statement can be read here.