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The Importance of Vocal Hygiene

What is vocal hygiene? Vocal hygiene is the act of keeping your voice healthy. Just like we take certain steps to keep our bodies healthy and strong, the same is..

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Growing up speaking two languages Raising a Bilingual Child: The Top 5 Myths | Healthy Hispanic Living

There are many myths about growing up a dual language speaker that is important for parents to be aware of. Many parents have concerns about exposing their children to two..

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Benefits of sign language Benefits of Baby Sign Language Baby sign language improves communication and bonding (sanfordhealth.org)

A common concern parents have about using sign language is that their child will become more reliant on signing rather than verbally communicating. It is actually beneficial to use sign..

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Shared Book Reading

Shared book reading is when a speech-language pathologist, teacher, parent/guardian, or other communication partner interactively shares or reads a book to an individual. This helps provide an opportunity to develop..

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AAC Supports Communication!

What is AAC? Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) is utilized by individuals who have difficulty communicating via natural speech. AAC falls under a big umbrella that includes various tools, strategies,..

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