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Getting Ready for School: How to Prepare Your Child to Learn to Read!

Summer is a great time for children to relax and enjoy a break from the pressure of school. But it’s also a great opportunity to bolster academic skills that your child may need work on. 498 more words

Speech Therapy

First Semester of Clinic (in Retrospect)!!!

As I haven’t been the best at updating, I must bring you all up-to-date on my first year of graduate school!

I remember reading my class schedule for Fall 2014 and being slightly disappointed that my first clinical experience would be with adults. 426 more words

Speech-language Pathology

A is for Autism

Welcome to my blog on all things related to Autism!

Next week I start a new job as a Speech and Language Therapist (SLT) in a specialist school for students with Autism and I can’t wait, but… why blog about it? 143 more words

Aphasia Awareness Month: Moving forward as a family

June is National Aphasia Awareness Month! In support of this campaign to raise public awareness about aphasia, our blogs in the month of June will deal with issues in aphasia: today we conclude our series by talking about how aphasia not only affects the victim, but their family and loved ones as well, and what support services are available. 324 more words

Speech Therapy

Aphasia Awareness Month: Three ways a speech-language pathologist can help!

June is National Aphasia Awareness Month! In support of this campaign to raise public awareness about aphasia, our blogs in the month of June will deal with issues in aphasia: today we focus on how speech-language pathologists help people with aphasia to improve their communication skills and their overall quality of life. 326 more words

Speech Therapy

Why did I let it bother me so much?

Yesterday Jacob’s Speech and Language Therapist came to our house for a communication appointment. We haven’t seen her for at least six weeks and since then Jacob has stalled in his development. 337 more words

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