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Challenge Convention and Listen Closely

April 19, 2017

Linguistic diversity, vocal styles, and speech habits are all the subject of Are Linguistics The New Forefront of Diversity, the most recent article I read which resonated with me. It caught my attention for a number of reasons.   See article here: www.fastcompany.com/3052771/are-linguistics-the-new-forefront-of-diversity-initiatives   To start, one of the authors quoted in this article is […]



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10 Ways to Make Conversation Easier

December 7, 2016

People with speech and language impairments must often find ways to communicate more efficiently with their peers and co-workers. They are instructed by speech therapists to practice often, and we thought it would be helpful to share a list used by someone with a communication impairment to provide a better understanding of what they go […]



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Everyday is Different with a Speech-Language Disorder

October 26, 2016

  My son, who has a language disorder, has been waiting for his twin sister to visit for what seems like forever. He cannot wait to see her, talk with her, and take her to trivia, one of his favorite pastimes. It’s what he’s been most excited about for a while as they are great […]



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