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Fielding a Joint Concussion Management Program: Students in speech-language pathology and athletic training team up to help student athletes.
My Son Was a Late Talker: When her toddler son showed little sign of speaking, this SLP was reminded of the differences and diversity in children’s language learning.
Final Rule Overhauls Medicare Therapy-Based SNF Payments: A new system replaces therapy minutes with patient characteristics to determine payment in skilled nursing facilities.
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