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Suffolk Center for Speech

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#3 Communication and AAC

Individuals who use an AAC device as their means of communication may need more time to respond, change their thought, rephase, or clarify their communication. When communicating with an individual..

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#4 Apps & Tools for Dyslexia & Learning Disabilities

Apps and tools for individuals with dyslexia and learning disabilities are great way to support and provide as many opportunities as others. To further support those with learning disabilities there..

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#5 What are Vocal Nodules

Vocal Nodules are small nodes that develop on an individual’s vocal folds. In the beginning, the nodules are reddish or pinkish. As they develop over time, they appear white or..

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Week 1 – Early language

What is the difference between a language disorder and a language delay? Although the two terms seem synonyms, they in fact mean very different things. On one hand, the term..

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Week 2 – Improving working memory

Working memory is the ability to temporarily store information for immediate recall. We use our working memory every day, whether it is trying to remember a story someone told us,..

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