The society’s annual Gift of Speech campaign is an awareness and fundraising initiative to help children with complex needs receive early intervention speech therapy when it will have the greatest impact. - Image by freepik
Now in her second year of CSUSM’s speech-language pathology graduate program, James decided to take that challenge head on. She chose to write advocacy letters to various agencies in support of K-12 students with communicative disorders. - Image by pressfoto on Freepik
Mya’s Promise, a local nonprofit which serves young children living with special needs and their families, recently awarded the Ed Long Grant to Skyline Elementary School Speech Pathologist Emily Theilen. - Image by Freepik
Once your student achieves the ER sound... now what? Go ahead and follow my tips in this short video. This is part of my R sound speech therapy series. Stay tuned for the next video and if you need a refresher, go back to the first one. Thanks for watching! - Image by asier_relampagoestudio on Freepik
Raquel Lindemann Nguyen, a folk singer/songwriter, began losing her voice and was referred to Dr. Lesley Childs at UT Southwestern. Dr. Childs diagnosed her with muscle tension dysphonia and referred her for voice therapy with Amy Harris, a UTSW speech-language pathologist. - Image by pvproductions on Freepik
Lauren Budd, a speech pathologist, founded As Burgers Go Inc., a corporation that offers birthday parties packages for children with special needs or sensory processing issues. Image by Freepik
Former UK basketball star Michael Kidd-Gilchrist was back in Lexington on Monday night, hosting his first bowling fundraiser for his foundation, Change and Impact.
INDIANAPOLIS -- Like any high-level athlete in pursuit of perfection, Michael Pittman Jr. had overprepared for the task at hand.
Sinbad’s family have provided new details on the comedian’s recovery after suffering from a stroke in 2020. On a newly launched website to support his rehabilitation, they shared that he has “made significant progress beyond what anyone expected, but there are still miles to go.”