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‘Bama Perks’ Beats Aphasia One Sip at a Time: A university speech and hearing clinic opens a simulated coffee shop to help clients with aphasia practice their communication skills.
That Special Niche: Can a private practice limit its clinical focus and still survive? Check out these tips for specialization success.
Prison Sentences: An article on prison nurseries led Kate Krings to create a program that helps incarcerated mothers and their babies bond, develop and learn.
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