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Early Intervention Counts! Does Your Child Have a Language Delay?

May is Better Speech and Hearing Month! Each year, the American Speech-Language Hearing Association conducts a yearly campaign to raise public awareness of communication disorders. This year’s theme is Early Intervention Counts! 382 more words

Speech Therapy

Poor eyesight is not a cause of Dyslexia in children.

Dyslexia, also known as specific learning disorder with reading impairment, is a learning disorder that is characterized by a difficulty reading due to an inability to identify speech sounds and how they relate to words. 528 more words

Research

Inaugural Recipients of the Pioneer in Neonatal Therapy Award

Message from Sue Ludwig, OTR, President – NANT

Inaugural Recipients of the Pioneer in Neonatal Therapy Award

Pioneer in Neonatal Therapy Award – Inaugural Recipients (left to right) 340 more words

Continuing Education For Speech Pathologists

You Can Save a Life! Learn the Early Signs of Stroke

It’s Better Speech and Hearing Month! This public awareness campaign is led by the American Speech-Language Hearing Association to help raise public awareness of communication disorders. 393 more words

Speech Therapy

Goodbye, Speech Therapy.

The Lord had his last speech therapy appointment this week. He completed his recommended treatment for a diagnosed speech delay and articulation disorder.

This was a tough decision. 1,115 more words

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May is Better Hearing and Speech Month!

Is your child a “late talker”?

Most children have a few words at 12 months of age and a rapidly growing vocabulary. At 18 – 24 months they begin to put two words together. 217 more words

Implications for Therapy with Bilingual Children

I value the precious nature of a heritage or “first” language. I believe parents should never stop speaking that language to their children in their home or at family gatherings. 152 more words