After a challenging year of virtual, hybrid, and modified in-person learning, in collaboration with Better Hearing and Speech Month, AASL... View Article
Expert Stresses Importance of Early Intervention for Communication Disorders During Better Hearing & Speech Month With speech and language disorders... View Article
Screen-time is happening in all forms these days; virtual/remote learning is still being utilized within many schools, therapies including speech and occupational therapy are able to be provided via teletherapy, and many children still enjoy screen-time during their free time at home. We wanted to share our top tips with you to help maximize the times when your child does have to participate in on-screen lessons and to keep their motivation high!
The term auditory processing often is used loosely by individuals in many different settings to mean many different things, and... View Article
Childhood development is complex. Between speech and language development, and the variability between children, it’s not always easy to tell... View Article
Mr. Potato Head is one of the most popular toys here at AASL. Our Speech Language Pathologists commonly use this... View Article
Bonus: They all start with the letter “B” making them super easy to remember! While many parents of young children... View Article