Presented by Kelly Farquharson, Ph.D., CCC-SLP. This workshop will discuss the role of phonological representations as they relate to the development of literacy skills for children with speech sound disorders and dyslexia. Background information will include a brief review of relevant theories and application to clinical practice. A definition, as well as some common myths of dyslexia, will be reviewed. Audience members will be asked to consider the whole child when reconceptualizing how speech sound disorders manifest and are treated. Implications for assessment and intervention are included.