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.
Audiologists: Go Beyond the Audiogram: It benefits patients to guide discussion to acknowledgment and acceptance of a hearing loss.
Social Steps: An SLP moved her social skills groups to a fitness center to offer clients engaging real-world experiences and the added bonus of motor-skills development.
Differentiating Lewy Body Dementia From Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s
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