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Suffolk Center for Speech

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Becoming an Advocate

When children on the Autism Spectrum are young, their parents, teachers, and related service providers are often the ones who advocate for them. Although it is crucial that these children..

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Hydration is Key

When treating children with voice disorders, one of the key components of treatment is encouraging hydration. Although clinicians can encourage patients and parents to increase daily water intake, children are..

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Modeling Language

One way children learn language is through modeling. When children first begin to communicate they often use gestures. It is natural to just accept the gesture and respond to your..

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Aphasia

Aphasia is a language disorder that is caused by an injury to the brain, typically the left side of the brain. Impairments occur in four primary areas. These areas include;..

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Feeding and Sensory Deficits

Children who present with sensory difficulties can have nutritional deficiencies. It is important to ensure your child is getting the proper nutrients necessary to stay healthy. There are two types..

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