Monthly Archives: December 2014

Beyond Speech: Alternative and Augmentative Communication

Most people think of speech-language therapy as working with individuals to help improve their ability to speak. However, speech therapists also work with many people for whom relying only on speech is not an option. In these situations, a speech … Continue reading

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  5 Tips to Make the Holidays Easier for You and Your Child with Autism!

Despite the fun and family, holidays can be a stressful time of year. But for those who have a child with autism, the holidays can be especially challenging. Take a look at our tips to help make this time of … Continue reading

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Three more great tips for improving mealtime for your loved one with dementia!

Last week, we discussed how dementia and Alzheimer’s can affect eating and provided several tips to help make mealtime easier for both you and your loved one. Today, we wrap up our series on mealtime and dementia with three more … Continue reading

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Dementia: 3 Tips for Making Mealtime Easier  

When most people think of dementia, they think of memory issues and difficulty communicating. But one of the lesser known difficulties that can accompany Alzheimer’s or dementia is difficulty with eating and swallowing. Last week, we discussed some of the … Continue reading

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