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The New Year

With our amazing holiday season being over, I am looking forward to what this new year has to bring! There are so many things that will be happening this year!!! 261 more words

Holidays!

Trouble Swallowing? 3 Ways Speech-Language Pathologist Can Help!

Most people associate speech-language pathology with communication disorders, whether it’s helping a child with a lisp or stutter, or helping a person with neurological injury speak again. 440 more words

Reflection in the NICU

Those of you who practice in the NICU will enjoy this article by my colleague, Suzanne Thoyre PhD RN, on the use of reflection during the assessment of feeding in the NICU. 290 more words

Continuing Education For Speech Pathologists

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As a Speech-Language Pathologist, I’ve met and handled smart 3-5 year old kids who have expressive language delay. When I see them in their homes or treat them in the clinic, I can’t help but feel disappointed…not at them, but with their situation. 18 more words

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As a Speech-Language Pathologist, I’ve met and handled smart 3-5 year old kids who have expressive language delay. When I see them in their homes or treat them in the clinic, I can’t help but feel disappointed…not at them, but with their situation. 251 more words

Alzheimer’s Disease: 5 Tips for Caregivers to Improve Communication

Every 67 seconds another person in the United States develops Alzheimer’s Disease. Alzheimer’s not only irreversibly changes the lives of its victims, but also the lives of their loved ones. 392 more words

Speech-language Pathology

By Now, I am a Master of the Mega Blocks.

Hello SLP’s and friends! After taking a hiatus from blogging (and pretty much everything else considered “free-time”) I’m back! Sometimes being a CF feels as if I am still in graduate school. 2,474 more words