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5 Signs Your Child Could Have Auditory Processing Disorder

When people think of communication or learning disorders, they typically focus on the ability to produce and understand language. However there are some issues that can impact communication that aren’t purely linguistic. One of these is auditory processing disorder. Advertisements

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Story Time Can Improve Your Child’s Language!

For many parents, snuggling up with their child and reading a book is a favorite bonding experience. But studies have shown that reading to your child may be much more important than most people realize.

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How Does Speech-Language Therapy Help a Child with ADHD?

You probably know that ADD and ADHD make it difficult for children to focus. But did you know ADD and ADHD affect a range of communication skills too? From the classroom to the playground to the dinner table, ADD and … Continue reading

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World Alzheimer’s Month: Reminiscing with Sensory Boxes

For the month of September, we’ve been dedicating our blogs to issues in Alzheimer’s disease and dementia in support of World Alzheimer’s Month. Today, we wrap up our series with a blog on a unique way to inspire meaningful communication … Continue reading

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World Alzheimer’s Month: 5 Tips for Connection and Communication

Did you know that September is World Alzheimer’s Month? In order to help increase awareness, we’re dedicating some of this month’s blogs to topics in Alzheimer’s disease. Last week we gave some basic information about the global and national impact … Continue reading

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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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