Monthly Archives: January 2016

Speech-Pathology and Hearing: Cochlear Implants

Did you know that in addition to working with people who have difficulty communicating, speech-language pathologists also work closely with people who have hearing loss? Because hearing is such a large part of communication, hearing impairment can cause a range … Continue reading

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Traumatic Brain Injuries: How Can a Speech-Language Pathologist Help?

With the winter weather comes a range of outdoor sports that help people stay active and have fun in the cold. Unfortunately, a lot of these activities come with an increased risk of head injury and subsequent brain injury. Last … Continue reading

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Are You a Winter Sports Fan? You May Be at Risk!

Each winter, thousands of people seek relief from cabin fever by braving the cold and getting active with outdoor activities. While winter sports like skiing, snowboarding, sledding, and ice skating are a great way to stay active and healthy during … Continue reading

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Four Ways to Keep Your Voice Healthy

Just like any other part of your body, you need to take care of your voice to keep it healthy and functioning well. Speech-language pathologists are professionally trained to help people develop strategies to remedy vocal problems and maintain a … Continue reading

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