Difference Between Hearing Screening and Hearing EvaluationThe difference between hearing screening and hearing evaluation can sometimes be confusing. Here we explain the differences.
Concerns That Screen Time May Affect Children’s Communication Development: Audiologists and speech-language pathologists express concerns about technology’s influence on children’s social and speech-language development.
Offering a Familiar Voice After Trauma and Upheaval: An SLP who emigrated from Jordan helps children of Syrian refugees, in the languages of their old and new homes.
Weighing the Workload Options: An SLP helped create a weighted workload system to ensure necessary staffing levels among the 100-plus SLPs in her education agency.
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