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Adult acquired speech, language and swallowing disorders by Dave W Healthy Living ProfessionalFacebook Posted Wed 11 Jan 2012 9:13am This article discusses speech and language disorders present as a result of a brain injury or progressiveContinuously increasing in extent or severity. neurological Associated with the nervous system and the brain. disorder. This will be of help to anyone whose friend or relative is ... Read on »
Speech/ Language Disorders and Motor Delays by Your Therapy Source Posted Tue 16 Nov 2010 1:17pm Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology published a study comparing the gross motor skills of 6-9 year old children with speech and language problems (n=105) with typical developing children (n=105). Using the Test of Gross Motor Proficiency Edition 2, the children were evaluated in 4 groups: those with speech disorders, those with language di ... Read on »
Guest blog - About the Amazon Kindle text-to-speech function by Rudy S. Patient Expert Posted Tue 07 Apr 2009 11:10pm Thanks so much to Penny Reeder for sending me this Penny Reeder Content Specialist Gettinghired, LLC http://www.gettinghired.com More on Text-to-Speech and the Kindle 2: Demonstration in Front of the Authors' Guild April 7; Online Petition, Sign It Now! We were delighted to learn that Amazon.com, responding to an onl ... Read on »
TIP of the WEEK: The Importance of Speech-Language Therapy by Latham Centers Posted Fri 24 May 2013 10:30am Language is the vehicle for most learning. Speech, language, and communication are closely linked with learning, behavior, social skills, and self-esteem. Many students with PWS have some type of speech-language disorder and have difficulties with their emotional well-being. Speech, or communication disorders include problems with articulat ... Read on »
Speech Disturbances by Dorothy E Ross PhD CCC-SLP Aphasia NYC Posted Mon 25 Jan 2010 12:00am A. Disturbances in the Speech Area of the Brain. Various parts of the brain are involved in the use of  language, the sensory areas of hearing and vision, the area in which memories are recorded, the area in which imagination and creative thinking occur, and the areas in which the muscle actions are coordinated and initiated. These areas, inte ... Read on »
Speech Therapy Is About More Than Just Speech by Chrisa H. Facebook Posted Sun 14 Aug 2011 12:22am This post is part of Best of the Best Edition 9: Special Needs Therapy. If you click this link starting August 15th, you'll find similar articles by other authors. Tim’s first diagnosis, at age four, was Pervasive Developmental Disorder, Not Otherwise Specified. That’s a long, fancy way of saying, “we have no idea what’s going on with your ... Read on »
Speech impairment and autism, inseparable? by Kev Leitch Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Fri 10 Jun 2011 7:44pm In a recent paper purporting to link autism and vaccines, the author, Gayle DeLong, chose to lump autism and speech or language impairments together to create an autism “prevalence” from special education data: To determine autism prevalence by U.S. state, the number of 8-year old students classified with either (1) autism or (2) sp ... Read on »
Why look at stuttered speech? by Tom Weidig Posted Tue 03 Mar 2009 12:00am Look at this intriguing article from China. They seem to have found a genetic relationship between dopamine and stuttering. However, I am not geneticist, so I do not know exactly what the result means and whether the results are reliable or not. Maybe a reader can help us out? Nan Fang Yi Ke Da Xue Xue Bao. 2009 Mar;29(3):375-80. ... Read on »