Monthly Archives: August 2015

Help Your Loved One with Dementia Communicate! 3 Easy Tips

As modern medicine continually finds ways to extend the length and quality of life, the number of older adults in the United States has increased significantly. Unfortunately, aging often brings difficulties in speech, language and communication. One of the most … Continue reading

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Speech-Language Therapy: Beyond School Services

Where has the summer gone? September is coming up fast, and as the constant stream of back-to-school ads tells us, the start of the school year is almost here. For children with speech, language, and communication disorders, this might mean … Continue reading

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Does Your Child have ADD? Help them get ready for September!

Did you know that rates of attention deficit disorder (ADD) and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) are now estimated at 11%?  ADD/ADHD is a neurological disorder that impacts the way a person pays attention. It most commonly affects school-age children, … Continue reading

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Does Your Voice Match Your Age?

Everyone is aware of the physical changes that accompany growing older. You can’t go ten minutes without encountering an advertisement for wrinkle cream, or hair dye, or another product designed to keep you looking as young as possible for as … Continue reading

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