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What is Central Auditory Processing Disorder (CAPD)

Children with CAPD have difficulty understnaind auditory information. They do not however have hearing loss. CHildren with CAPD have difficulty processing information in background noise. They can often appear as..

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What is Dysarthria

Dysarthria is a speech disorder caused by muscular weakness. In order to speak we use many different muscles including but not limited to our lips, tongue and throat. Patients with..

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Three Ways to Treat Voice Disorders

What are voice disorders? Voice disorders are changes to either the structure and/or function of the laryngeal mechanism. This causes the larynx to differ in terms of voice quality, pitch,..

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Defining Cognitive Development

What is cognitive development? Cognitive development refers to the set of intellectual abilities that help children think, explore, and figure out things. It is the development or mental capacity for..

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Understanding Typical Atypical Disfluencies

What is fluency? Fluency refers to the continuity, smoothness, rate, and effort in which sounds, syllables, words, and phrases are joined together during speech production. All speakers are disfluent at..

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