Monthly Archives: December 2013

Managing Autism during the Holidays

Between shopping for gifts, arranging get togethers, and cooking family meals, the holidays can be a stressful time of year. But for those who have a child with autism, all of the hustle and bustle can be particularly taxing. Here … Continue reading

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Communication through the Lifespan

As modern medicine continually finds ways to extend the length and quality of life, the number of senior citizens in the United States has increased significantly. Unfortunately, aging often brings difficulties in speech, language and communication. While age-related communication disorders … Continue reading

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How a Speech-Language Pathologist Can Help Your Child Succeed in School

Communication disorders can have a significant impact on academic success. Last week we discussed some of the different ways that speech and language disorders can affect children’s performance in school. Speech-language therapy can help a child overcome the obstacles that … Continue reading

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How Do Speech-Language Disorders Affect Learning?

Communication is a huge part of any academic setting, especially in early childhood and elementary school settings. Children who have speech and language disorders often have a hard time keeping up with their peers, despite having normal non-verbal intelligence. What … Continue reading

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