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A Little Din With Your Dinner? Too Much Noise Can Spoil Even the Best Meal
With noise in restaurants getting worse, and ranking as the most common annoyance among patrons, ASHA Past President Gail Richard offers tips for navigating noise while dining out.

Professionals Urge Parents to Address Communication Disorders Early
ASHA President Elise Davis-McFarland explains why parents shouldn’t take a “wait-and-see approach” when it comes to questions about a child’s communication development.

Featured Video: Identify the Signs of Communication Disorders

New public service announcement from ASHA encourages parents to learn the signs of communication disorders and seek help if they have concerns. This is an activity of ASHA’s Identify the Signs campaign.

Campaign Spotlight

CCCs campaign

ASHA's Value of the CCCs campaign explains the importance of choosing an audiologist or speech-language pathologist who holds ASHA's Certificate of Clinical Competence. Learn what it takes to earn this professional credential and why it matters. 

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Featured Resource

Communicating With Baby

Communicating With Baby: Tips and Milestones From Birth to Age Five
This free digital toolkit for parents, ASHA members, healthcare providers, educators, and others details communication skills that parents should expect to see in their child by age and tips for how to support children’s development through daily reading. The toolkit is a joint effort of ASHA and Read Aloud 15 MINUTES. Available in both English and Spanish.

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