Monthly Archives: August 2016

Three Ways a Speech-Language Pathologist Can Help Make Your Twilight Years Your Best Yet

  As science and medicine advance at an ever-increasing rate, people today are living longer than ever. With senior citizens making up the largest and fastest growing segment of our population, making sure that people maintain their health well into … Continue reading

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Senior Moment or Mild Cognitive Impairment?

Drawing a blank when trying to remember the name of a familiar colleague. Misplacing your keys in the oddest of places. Having a standing appointment slip your mind. If you’re like most older adults, you have plenty of stories of … Continue reading

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Is My Child on Track? Milestones for the First Year

Every parent eagerly awaits for their child’s first words. Waiting for your child to find their voice (and maybe catch that first “mama” or “dada” on camera!) is an exciting time for any parent. However, your child starts developing their … Continue reading

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Five Signs Your Child Could Have Non-Verbal Learning Disorder

Did you know that 2.4 million American public school students have been identified as having a learning disability? That’s approximately five percent of students! Being identified as having a learning disorder is important; once a challenge is identified, a student … Continue reading

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Foreign Accent Syndrome: When Your Voice Isn’t Your Own

Foreign Accent Syndrome: When Your Voice Isn’t Your Own by Debbie Waldman For many people, having a foreign or regional accent is an important part of their identity. But what if that accent wasn’t your own? This is the case … Continue reading

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