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Hear This: High-Impulse Video Games May Cause Irreversible Damage
ASHA Associate Director of Audiology Professional Practices Marquitta Merkison spoke to Patch about new research that suggests that loud video games may be damaging hearing.

You Don’t Have to Live With Hearing Loss
ASHA Associate Director of Audiology Professional Practices Bria Collins was interviewed for a WebMD article about how to address hearing loss.

Real Stories of Care

ASHA member audiologists and speech-language pathologists share their stories as part of the Real Stories public service announcement campaign.

 

Campaign Spotlight

Identify the Signs

The Identify the Signs campaign aims to educate the public about the warning signs of communication disorders. Speech, language, and hearing disorders are treatable and early detection is a major contributor to speedier recoveries, shortened treatment periods, and reduced costs for individuals and society alike.

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Featured Resource

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ASHA's new developmental milestones are available in checklists that detail communication (speech, language, and hearing) milestones for children ages birth to 5 years as well as feeding and swallowing milestones for children ages birth to 3 years. 

 

Media Contacts

Senior Director, Public Relations
Joseph Cerquone
301-296-8732
703-973-7744 (Mobile)
jcerquone@asha.org

Associate Director, Public Relations
Francine Pierson
301-296-8715
fpierson@asha.org

Manager, Broadcast Media
Doug Plesh
301-296-8730
dplesh@asha.org

Specialist, Public Relations
Jeremi Jones
301-296-8729
jjones2@asha.org

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