Tag "Division of Speech-Language Pathology"

Please allow me to introduce you to my only child and precious daughter, Lila.  She is a vivacious, 18-year-old whose life took an unexpected turn last fall when she suffered a stroke. Lila Lives Life To the Fullest Lila has › Continue Reading

If you have apraxia of speech, I want you to know that you are not alone. You see, I have it too, which means that we’ve probably faced similar challenges in life. Because we have a hard time putting sounds › Continue Reading

Fluency Friday is an intensive one-day workshop where students who stutter participate in individual and group therapy sessions. It is a collaborative community effort with faculty from Cincinnati Children’s, the University of Cincinnati and the Hamilton County Educational Service Center. › Continue Reading

There’s new hope for parents who have children living with autism. Specialists in the Division of Speech-Language Pathology at Cincinnati Children’s are showing how targeted, one-on-one therapy could lead to improvements in the children. To see how the team made › Continue Reading

The American Speech Language Hearing Association recently reported that just over half of parents surveyed expressed fear that technology hurts the quality of conversations with their kids. For advice on improving your child’s communication skills, click on Cincinnati Family Magazine.

Smart phones and tablets make communicating easy in some ways, and yet experts warn there may be consequences for youngsters. Ann Kummer, senior director of speech-language pathology at Cincinnati Children’s, explains that when children are on devices, they’re not only › Continue Reading

Eleven-year-old Marco and his family traveled all the way from the Dominican Republic to attend the Fluency Friday event for children and teenagers who stutter. Attendees work with speech-language pathologists from Cincinnati Children’s and the University of Cincinnati in a › Continue Reading

Children who stutter have a new place to turn for help with an event called “Fluency Friday”.  The intensive one-day workshop has been scheduled for February 20. It will allow students to participate in individual and group therapy. Presentations by › Continue Reading