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Suffolk Center for Speech

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Deaf Culture

Although deafness has and continues to be viewed as a medical diagnosis or disability, there are people in the United States whom are members of a minority group that takes..

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Accent Modification

WHAT IS AN ACCENT? An accent is the unique way that speech is pronounced by a group of people speaking the same language. Accents are a natural part of spoken language..

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Hearing Loss and Aural Rehabilitation

  Hearing loss can have a negative impact on the quality of life of individuals. Hearing loss alters the certainty of everyday life causes social insecurity, fear, and anxiety in..

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Cerebral Vascular Accidents

            Blood supplies brain cells with essential nutrition, such as glucose and oxygen. Oxygen supply by the bloodstream is vital to normal brain function. A..

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APRAXIA OF SPEECH

Developmental apraxia of speech is characterized by the inability to plan and execute motor-speech tasks. More specifically, it is the inability to coordinate oral movements that are necessary to form syllables..

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