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Speech and Hearing

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Speech and Hearing Teachers help to educate students and parents about the wide array of communication impairments associated with speech, language, and hearing. Some of these include stuttering, articulation, social language skills, auditory comprehension, hearing impairments, voice disorders, and alternative methods of communication.

Read our Thank You Letter from the Childhood Apraxia of Speech Organization of North America



RESOURCES
Articles

7 Steps to Better Speech and Hearing
How Speech and Language Skills Can Effect Performance
Listen Up! Hazardous Noises
Let's Talk!
Hi Five for Language
Hearing Loss
Fluency
Voice

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Links

Click on any of the links below to find out more information! Many of these sites include video clips, helpful lists, and valuable resources for parents.

American Speech, Language, and Hearing Association

Apraxia-Kids.org

The Stuttering Foundation of America
This site includes resources to help you determine whether your child is at a greater risk for chronic stuttering.

Listen To Your Buds

Center for Social Thinking, Inc

Throughout May the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) will be running sponsorship messages on National Public Radio (NPR) aimed at raising awareness about communication disorders.

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