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Software
Wren, Y. & Roulstone, S., 2005. Phoneme Factory Sound Sorter. Phoneme Factory, p.Interactive games to promote phonological awareness linked to children's speech errors. Available at: http://www.speech-therapy.org.uk/phoneme-factory.
Wren, Y., Hughes, A. & Roulstone, S., 2006. Phoneme Factory Phonology Screener. Phoneme Factory, p.Tool for teachers to screen children's speech and indentify customised activities for children who need help. Available at: http://www.speech-therapy.org.uk/phoneme-factory.
Presentation
Hambly, H., Wren, Y. & Roulstone, S., 2010. Tackling under referral of bilingual children with speech sound disorders: What does the literature tell us about speech development in bilingual children?. Let the Children Speak: Learning of critical language skills across 25 languages. A European wide initiative on language acquisition and language impairment: COST ACTION A33. January 2010, London, England.
Hambly, H., Ayre, A. & Roulstone, S., 2011. Parents’ views on important outcomes for children with SLCN. Presentation at the 31st Symposium on Research in Childhood Language Disorders, June 2011, Madison, US.
Hambly, H. et al., 2011. Multilingualism and speech sound acquisition. VOCABUILD CPD Event, University of the West of England, January 2011.
Journal Article
Roulstone, S. et al., 2008. Predictors and outcomes of speech and language therapists' treatment decisions. International Journal Speech-Language Pathology, 10.
Wren, Y. et al., 2001. A model for a mainstream school-based speech and language therapy service. Child Language Teaching and Therapy, 17(2).
Hambly, H. et al., 2013. The influence of bilingualism on speech production: A systematic review. International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders, 48(1).
Roulstone, S., 2011. Evidence, expertise and patient preference. International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 13.
Roulstone, S. & Enderby, P., 2010. The end of an affair. International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 12.

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