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Ear Infections and Speech/Language Development

Otitis media is a generic term used to indicate an inflammatory process in the middle ear cavity, also known as an  “ear infection.” Specifically, the most prevalent ear infection in..

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“El Deafo” By Cece Bell

“El Deafo” written by Cece Bell is a comic novel that follows the chronicles of a young girl making it through life and school with a hearing loss. This story..

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Working with Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Students

ASHA believes that speech language pathologists make important contributions to ensure that all students receive quality and culturally competent services. In addition, speech therapists have the training to be able to distinguish speech..

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Communication Temptations

Parents of children who have communication disorders often ask what they can do to help increase their child’s expressive output. One way to get your child to verbalize, vocalize or..

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Myths about AAC

Augmentative and Alternative Communication can sometimes mistakenly have negative connotations associated with it. There are many myths regarding AAC that should be understood by others and debunked! Myth 1: My..

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