Speech-language pathologist Kathy Gregory talks about getting an augmentative communication device for a young boy and about why she was buzzing after a day of work.
Who’s Receiving Clinical Services Through Telepractice?: Veterans affairs hospitals and schools are top sites for telepractice service provision by audiologists and speech-language pathologists.
Documentary Looks at ‘Asperger’s Are Us’ Comedy Troupe
Quality, Not Quantity, of Child Spatial Talk May Predict Spatial Skills
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