Monthly Archives: August 2014

Speech-Language Therapy: Beyond School Services

As the beginning of the school year approaches, parents of children with communication disorders may be thinking about the services their child will receive in school. Speech-language pathology services offered in schools are a great option: in addition to being … Continue reading

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ALS: Beyond the Ice Bucket

If you’re like most people, the past three weeks you’ve seen your social media feeds taken over by a new viral trend: The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. Once you’ve been nominated to take the challenge, you have 24 hours to … Continue reading

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Ten Warning Signs of Non-Verbal Learning Disorder

Did you know that almost one million children ages six through twenty-one have some sort of learning disability and receive special education in school? While some of these disorders are common and easily diagnosed, there are others which are harder … Continue reading

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Three Ways to Connect with Your Loved One with Dementia

Did you know that more than 5 million Americans are affected with dementia? Dementia can range widely in severity, from a mild decrease in memory and cognitive function, to the complete inability to communicate verbally. Even when dementia is severe, … Continue reading

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