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More Ways a Speech-Language Pathologist Can Help You in 2017!

When you hear “speech therapist”, what comes to mind? If you’re like many people, you associate speech therapists with things like stuttering or helping a child with a lisp. 369 more words

Ann Matthews Interview

Title: Retired Speech-Language Pathologist

Company: Plano Independent School District

Location: Plano, TX

As a speech-language pathologist, Ms. Matthews proudly served students of the Plano Independent School District. 33 more words

Education

How Can a Speech-Language Pathologist Help You in 2017?

Happy new year! Somehow we blinked, and an entire year has passed and 2017 is here. As we start out the new year, we wanted to take a moment and reflect on some of the ways a speech-language pathologist can help you and your loved ones. 366 more words

The Unexpected Consequence of Winter Sports: Three Tips to Stay Safe

As the temperature drops and the days grow shorter, people tend to find themselves spending increasing amounts of time indoors. The answer for many people? Winter sports! 552 more words

Jayne Latz

Auditory Processing Disorder: How a Speech-Language Pathologist Can Help

The ability to process auditory information is a crucial part of communication. Individuals with auditory processing disorder, (APD; also called central auditory processing disorder—CAPD) have unimpaired hearing, but have difficulty processing sound through the central nervous system. 300 more words

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. 368 more words

The Topical Monologue: How to help a child on the spectrum navigate conversational dynamics

If you have or work with a child on the autistic spectrum, you’ve probably had the following dilemma: Your child starts talking about a topic they’re interested in, let’s say airplanes. 467 more words

Jayne Latz