Clients retreat from the world when hearing aids stay in the drawer. Moving clients forward to adoption and social connection often takes ongoing audiologic follow-up, or rehab. but how does an audiologist do this when clients resist?
The perils of oral-reading fluency assessments for children who stutter led a group of SLPs to investigate the issue and call on colleagues to change their school districts' policies.
Research tells us that parents are key to successful treatment with preschoolers who stutter. But current school practices and ingrained attitudes can make this participation challenging. Here's what you can do.
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