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Building a Giving Generation: An SLP shows students with special needs how easy it is to help others who live far away but face similar challenges.
British Accent May Pose Comprehension Challenges for Older Adults With Hearing Loss
Adding Value to Travel Abroad: While teaching English in Brazil, a student reaches out to learn more about speech-language pathology in her host country.
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