Heather Weintraub Moore, Ph.D., has clinical and research experience in language development, delays, and disorders in young children. Her research has focused on early intervention policy, assessment, and the effectiveness and use of assistive technology in early intervention.
Moore has worked with children with special needs and their families since 1992, in both clinic and school-based settings across the country. She has also trained and supervised students and professionals in language development and early intervention.
Ph.D., 2005, Arizona State University
Moore, H.W., Barton, E.E., and Chironis, M. (2014). A program for improving toddler communication through parent coaching. Topics in Early Childhood Special Education. DOI: 10.117/0271121413497520.
Barton, E.E., Moore, H.W., & Squires, J.K. (2012). Preparing speech language pathology students to work in early childhood. Topics in Early Childhood Special Education. DOI: 10.1177/0271121411434567.
Moore H. W., & Wilcox, M. J. (2006). Characteristics of early intervention practitioners and their confidence in the use of assistive technology. Topics in Early Childhood Special Education, 26, 15-23.
M. J. Wilcox, Guimond, A., Campbell, P. H., & Moore, H. W. (2006). Providers perspectives on the use of assistive technology for infants and toddlers with disabilities. Topics in Early Childhood Special Education, 26, 33-49
- Speech and Language Assessment Practices with Young Children
- Early Intervention Policy and Practice
- Evidence-Based Assessment and Intervention