Tag Archives: 13 March 2015

Bilingual Babies Practice Lip-Reading Long Before Monolingual Counterparts

[Source: PRI.org] Babies raised in bilingual households spend significantly more time watching the mouth of the person speaking to them than their monolingual counterparts, according to a new study. David Lewkowicz, a professor in the Department of Communication Sciences and … Continue reading


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Inpatient / Outpatient Pediatric SLP Jobs – Zanesville, OH

  We have two fantastic opportunities for full-time Speech Language Pathologists working 40 hours a week in an inpatient/outpatient setting, and the other in just outpatient.   The therapists will be joining a great team of three inpatient SLPs and … Continue reading


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App of the Week: Chatterpix Kids

[Source:  Speech Techie] Chatterpix Kids  (free) is a fun, simple app that allows you to turn any image into a “talking head” by recording a 30 second message. Apps that combine images and audio are prime targets for language as they … Continue reading


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Book of the Week: Splat the Cat – and a Lesson Plan

[Source:  Play on Words.com] This winter just never seems to end (we’re home AGAIN with schools closed and this beautiful fluffy stuff coming down all day), so the opportunity is ripe for a story about snow! I love Splat the … Continue reading


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Conservative treatment normalizes head Shape in Most Infants with Skull Flattening

[Source:  Medical News Today] Image Credit:  http://www.plagiocefalia.com Helmet therapy is still effective when needed for positional cranial deformity More than three-fourths of infants with skull flattening related to sleep position achieve normal head shape with conservative treatment–without the need for … Continue reading


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