speech-language therapist

speech-language therapist

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Following a honeymoon to Jamaica, the couple is at home in Tupelo, where the bride is a speech-language therapist with the Lee County School District and the groom is a service technician for Southern Company.
Bierens is a speech-language therapist and primary school teacher.
She noted that extra hours for the speech-language therapist would also be needed.
If these conditions are diagnosed early, a session or two with a speech-language therapist often resolves the problems without the necessity of medical-surgical intervention.
To find a speech-language therapist or audiologist, or for additional information on aphasia or communication disorders, consumers can call ASHA at 1-800-638-8255 or visit http://www.
ASHA researchers and speech-language therapists have been looking for innovative treatments to help seniors to build a base for communicating again," said Jeri Logemann, ASHA President.
The International Communication Project 2014 (ICP) is a collaborative effort developed by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Canadian Association of Speech-Language Pathologists & Audiologists, Irish Association of Speech & Language Therapists, New Zealand Speech-language Therapists Association, Royal College of Speech Language Therapists and Speech Pathology Australia.
There are speech-language therapists worldwide who can help, and the Foundation provides a free list of specialists.
Health workers, in particular those involved in intervention with these children, such as medical practitioners, speech-language therapists and audiologists as well as occupational therapists, are in a position to disseminate information to parents and other interested persons, including educators and caregivers.
These specific health workers (medical practitioners, speech-language therapists and audiologists, and occupational therapists) find themselves in the position where they have to decide about intervention, as they have to assist families in identifying available service providers and advocacy organisations within their communities (Smith & Prelock, 2002:124).
Appropriate professionals, such as speech-language therapists, can help you choose the best alternative(s) for your child.
and Fletcher-Janzen, who works in private practice, offer a handbook containing 32 chapters for psychologists, neuropsychologists, neurologists, pediatricians, and physical and speech-language therapists on clinical child neuropsychology.