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Loud Fitness Classes Take a Toll on Instructors’ Voices
An SLP explains why her patients include so many fitness instructors.
How to Ditch the Pacifier
An SLP along with other experts weighs in on weaning children off of pacifiers.
ASHA President Theresa Rodgers asks this question in a
recent USA Today opinion piece. For more information on ASHA’s Healthy Communication & Popular Technology Initiative, visit
www.communicationandtech.org. For additional articles, tips and advice on how to foster healthy, safe, and balanced technology usage habits, visit
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.
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.
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