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Spatial Concepts and Relationships – Early Skills with Preschoolers

Spatial concepts (a category of basic concepts) define the relationship between us and objects, as well as the relationships of objects to each other. As our language begins to develop,..

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Helpful Strategies for Auditory Memory

Memory impacts a person’s ability to perform almost any activity. Memory is how “knowledge is encoded, stored, and later retrieved” (Kandell, Schwartz, and Jessell, 2000). Even mild memory deficits can..

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Vocal Fold Nodules and the Role of the SLP in Assessing Voice Disorders

In order to understand how vocal pathologies occur we must first understand the anatomy and physiology of the airway and speech mechanism.  The vocal folds are house within the larynx,..

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Echolalia

Echolalia is a speech and language term that refers to when a child repeats what the speaker says. Echolalia is most often associated with children on the Autism Spectrum but..

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Common Speech and Language Terms

At the start of speech and language services it may be overwhelming for parents.  There are many terms that speech pathologists use that parents may not be familiar with.  As..

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