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Welcome to ASHA’s Evidence Maps

Evidence maps are intended to provide clinicians, researchers, clients, and caregivers with tools and guidance to engage in evidence-based decision making. These maps highlight the importance of the three components of evidence-based practice (EBP). External Scientific Evidence, Clinical Expertise/Expert Opinion, and Client/Patient/Caregiver Perspectives. Learn more about the evidence maps.



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    » Adult Dysphagia
    » Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
    » Aphasia
    » Autism Spectrum Disorders
    » Cerebral Palsy
    » Cleft Lip and Palate
    » Dementia
    » Head and Neck Cancer
    » Hearing Loss: Adults
    » Hearing Loss: School-Age
» Permanent Childhood Hearing Loss
» Parkinson’s Disease
» Pediatric Dysphagia
» Social Communication Disorders in School-Age Children
» Speech Sound Disorders in Children
» Spoken Language Disorders in School-Age Children
» Traumatic Brain Injury (Adults)
» Traumatic Brain Injury (Children)
» Voice Disorders