Monthly Archive
January 1, 2008
Myth: People who stutter are not smart. Reality: There is no link whatsoever between stuttering and intelligence. Myth: Nervousness causes stuttering. Reality: Nervousness does not cause stuttering. Nor should we assume that people who stutter are prone to be nervous, fearful, anxious,…...
January 1, 2008
By: Robertson, Z. (2002, September 10). The ASHA Leader. I came in idealistic and full of confidence after completing four years of undergraduate and two years of graduate work in communication sciences and disorders. I felt ready for anything related to speech and…...
by: The National Center on Physical Activity and Disability Though multiple sclerosis can be a challenging health condition both physically and psychologically, research has shown that a person’s level of physical fitness, psychological disposition and general quality of life can improve with regular…...
January 1, 2008
by: The National Center on Physical Activity and Disability Multiple sclerosis is a chronic, inflammatory disease that affects the central nervous system and causes gradual destruction of myelin (demyelination) and transection of neuron axons patches throughout the brain and spinal cord . Myelin,…...
Reprinted with the express permission of Selective Mutism Group (SMG) as originally published on their website. By: Written by Christine Stanley and Teresa Cardulla PLEASE NOTE: This article was written for parents rather than therapists. We include it here so that therapists might share it with the…...
January 1, 2008
by: The National Center on Physical Activity and Disability Though multiple sclerosis can be a challenging health condition both physically and psychologically, research has shown that a person’s level of physical fitness, psychological disposition and general quality of life can improve with regular…...
January 1, 2008
Linda J. Burkhart Girls with Rett Syndrome’s most profound disability is Apraxia or Dyspraxia. See the full Article HERE...
Learn how to make a pipe cleaner toy to help child with Motor Planning, and Fine Motor and Bilateral Coordination Activiy. From YourTherapySource...
January 1, 2008
Review “…a welcome addition to the literature on clinical phonetics and phonology.” — from the Foreword by Raymond D. Kent, PhD, Professor of Communicative Disorders, University of Wisconsin, Madison Product Description Offers specific therapeutic techniques for treating clients Contributors are world-renowned experts…...
Werner, L. (2007, March 27). The ASHA Leader. Auditory development is a prolonged process, despite the precocious development of the inner ear. Audiologists know that infants don’t respond to sound at the low intensities to which adults will respond. What hearing scientists…...