Tag: "Division of Speech-Language Pathology"
Tips to Encourage Screen-Free Learning During COVID-19
As COVID-19 is persisting through the summer, families may be wondering how to continue screen-free learning at home. Read a pediatrician's suggestions to incorporate learning through everyday experiences.
How Speech-Language Pathology Helped My Daughter Recover From A Stroke
Lila was a vivacious 18-year old when she suddenly had difficulty speaking and understanding her professors. When an MRI found that she had a stroke, she began a long journey to recovery. Read how speech-language pathology helped her return to her near pre-stroke state.
Growing up with Apraxia of Speech: 6 Things That Helped Me
Joanna, a young adult with apraxia of speech, wants those who are younger than her to live a fulfilling life and have hope. Read six things that have helped her along the way.
Fluency Friday helps children and teens who stutter
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
Autism Therapy: Cincinnati Children’s team helps child with speech
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
Social Kids: Getting Past Awkward
A brief summary and media link to a story about improving the communication skills of children without technology.
Technology Harming Kids’ Communication Skills
A brief summary and media link to an article about technology harming kids' communication skills.
Fluency Friday can help stop the stutter
A brief summary of and link to a story about one family's experience with Fluency Friday and speech therapy for stuttering at Cincinnati Children's.