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    • 1.

      Does Attending Speech Therapy Provide Any Real Benefit For People Who Stutter?

      by Steve Hill - 2007-02-17
      I truly believe that the only people who can answer the question, from the title of this article, are people who actually have or have overcome a stutter themselves. For reasons that I am not aware...
    • 2.

      Health, A Definition of Speech Therapy

      by I C - 2008-06-22
      The term Speech therapy is an abbreviation for the longer term Speech and Language Therapy as practiced by a Speech and Language Therapist. A speech and Language therapist working with Young Peopl...
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      Speech Therapy for the Hearing Impaired

      by Paul Hata - 2008-08-06
      Hearing is conversely associated with speech in that initial communication and hence understanding, arises primarily from learning spoken language through listening and building up symbolic thinking ...
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      Speech Therapy for Hearing Impaired Children

      by Paul Hata - 2008-08-06
      Teaching language to nonverbal, hearing-impaired children is in fact, a very controversial matter. The controversy stems from the idea that either of two goals is being targeted. One of which states ...
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      Speech Therapy for Traumatic Brain Injury

      by Paul Hata - 2008-08-06
      Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) can cause about a lot of speech and language disorders that would entail the need of speech therapy. That's why the role of speech therapy in the rehabilitation process o...
    • 6.

      Speech Therapy For Laryngectomy Patients

      by Paul Hata - 2008-08-06
      Voice training is done to find an appropriate source of sound production that can be articulated for communication purposes. Criteria for selecting sound source include: degree of tissue loss, esopha...
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      Speech Therapy For Fluency Disorders

      by Paul Hata - 2008-08-07
      There are six main types of fluency disorders namely: normal developmental disfluency,stuttering, neurogenic disfluency,psychogenic disfluency, language based disfluency, and mixed fluency failures. ...
    • 8.

      Introduction To Speech Therapy

      by Paul Hata - 2008-08-10
      One of the not so noticed areas of rehabilitation medicine is Speech Therapy. In fact, a lot of people may not even know that something like this existed. It may be the case that this is your first t...
    • 9.

      Rehabilitation Hospital: What Are 7 Important Questions

      by Sibyl Day - 2008-09-26
      When you (or a loved one) are scheduled to be released from the hospital, you may make a detour to a rehabilitation hospital before you get to go home. You may need to get stronger, and the rehab hosp...
    • 10.

      The Advantages Of Becoming Speech Language Pathologist

      by John Stephen - 2008-10-08
      Speech and language pathology is the area of study that deals with the speech disorders seen in human beings. The role of speech language pathologists is to diagnose the speech disorders in individual...