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 Retrieval Therapy

This is a treatment
that
can work
for clients with Dementia
and Aphasia. Memory is not a single system, so it’s important to evaluate which types of memory are most impaired. By using a..

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Stuttering

What is stuttering? Stuttering is a communication disorder that affects fluency of speech. The disorder is characterized by disruptions in the production of speech sounds. Starkweather (1980,1987) suggests that rate..

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Play-Based Therapy

What it is: Play-based therapy is a technique SLPs use for younger clients. Clinicians can learn about how children communicate based on how they play. Children discover the world around..

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Tympanometry Testing

If you’re a client at our practice, you’ve probably heard the word “tympanometry”, whether during your child’s initial evaluation or in subsequent sessions. Below is an outline of what it..

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Semantic Feature Analysis

Aphasia and AnomiaAphasia is a language disorder that results from damage to the left hemisphere of the brain involving areas responsible for language. Effects of aphasia are seen in comprehension..

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