speech language pathologists

Overwhelming success with virtual care

Like many Speech-Language Pathologists, Helen Mathison shifted to seeing patients virtually during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Know the early signs of speech and language disorders in children

Early referrals to speech-language pathology services can ensure children receive therapy when they are most capable of making improvements.

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Skull fracture causes frightening TBI – but nothing scary about seamless care

As a nurse at a local hospital, Jeanne Leach has worked with families caring for loved ones with a health emergency.

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Speech therapists (speech-language pathologists) on the front lines

Front-line workers are overwhelmed treating our COVID afflicted patients. But it’s not just doctors and nurses that are on the front line.

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