According to the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders, more than 33 million adults in the United States report experiencing a balance or dizziness problem in the past 12 months. Many people, however, don’t know that audiologists can evaluate and treat patients with dizziness or balance issues.
What can schools learn from this case to keep lawsuits at bay and improve IDEA services—in this case specific to a deaf/hard of hearing (DHH) child?
An SLP with developmental language disorder seeks to gain others’ understanding as she builds her career.
Applying IDEA assessment and eligibility requirements may help manage school-based workloads.
Pointing out cost savings may help convince administrators at post-acute care settings of the value of instrumental swallow studies.
Children with larger vocabularies looked to the objects they eventually selected more quickly following the naming event.
Mice with FOXP2 mutations were unable to produce the normal high-frequency sounds and vocalizations they use in communication.
The May/June print Leader explores cochlear implant (CI) candidacy in children, and the access to sound and language that CIs afford. Per the issue theme, this online-exclusive article traces a child’s language rebound—steered by an interdisciplinary team.
Big data projects presented at the Convention Research Symposium show how AI could revolutionize clinical diagnosis, monitoring, and treatment.
To avoid the pitfalls spurring panicked headlines, let’s take steps now to build in agency, transparency, representation, and accountability.
How does an expansive AI project aim to increase support for children with disabilities and for SLPs?
At the ASHA Convention, panelists will take on the question of AI implications for education in the professions. In the meantime, we can ask ChatGPT.
You can start using ChatGPT in just a few easy steps, and experiment with how it might support your work.
ASHA schools and multicultural affairs staff members offer guidance on working with multilingual students and families.
“Certain populations have better hearing and health outcomes than other populations,” says Shanece Washington. “Why is that? What can be done to improve health outcomes, particularly for vulnerable populations?”
An educational audiologist serving many schools in a remote region shares strategies that help her manage long drives, different IEP and purchasing processes, and audiology service gaps.
A pilot program from the University of Cincinnati aims to help restaurants expand their menu options for people with swallowing difficulties.
Meet the convention co-chairs, find program highlights, and discover what’s new.
Licensure regulations affected an SLP’s ability to practice in multiple states. Her story as a military spouse helped Virginia adopt the interstate compact.