Monthly Archives: February 2016

Is My Child On Track? FAQs about speech and language delays

As exciting as a child’s language development is, it can also be a source of stress for a lot of parents. Should my child be talking already? Are they using enough words? Could something be wrong? While there is no … Continue reading

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Age-Related Hearing Loss: How Can a Speech-Language Pathologist Help?

Over the past 30 years, the number of people in the United States with a hearing loss has more than doubled. Although many people brush off hearing loss as a “minor” problem, particularly in the early stages, hearing loss can … Continue reading

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What is the True Impact of Age-Related Hearing Loss?

  Did you know that an estimated one third of Americans between ages 65 and 74 have hearing loss? That number jumps to nearly half of the population when considering those over the age of 75! Last week, we talked … Continue reading

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Childhood Hearing Loss: Is Your Child at Risk?

Hearing loss can make life difficult for anyone. But for young children, hearing impairment can be particularly problematic. If a child is having difficulty hearing and the issue is not addressed, it can cause significant speech and language delays, which … Continue reading

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