A study in the journal Pediatrics shows that mental and developmental disabilities, including speech problems, are on the rise in children.
As fun as fireworks are to watch, listening to those big booms can put people at risk for hearing damage. ASHA offers suggestions on how to protect your hearing during July 4th festivities.
This infographic shares some statistics about the prevalence and cost of communication disorders.
Speech-language pathologist Lyndsey Zurawski offers advice for parents about how to stimulate children’s language skills during everyday activities over the summer break.
Speech-language pathologist and 2013 ASHA President Patricia Prelock discusses the increase in autism diagnoses among U.S. children, as well as the early signs and treatment options.
Audiologist Jessica Rossi-Katz talks about noise-induced hearing loss in children.
Joseph Cerquone, director of public relations at ASHA, is interviewed about the Identify the Signs campaign and how ASHA members can get involved.
May Is Better Hearing and Speech Month: ASHA to Launch New Public Education Resources About Communication Disorders and Benefits of Early Intervention.
Audiologist Patti Martin talks about what to expect from a newborn hearing screening, why it is important, and how to identify the signs of hearing loss within the first year of a child’s life.
SpeechPathology.com is proud to be a partner of ASHA’s Identify the Signs campaign to help raise awareness of the early warning signs of communication disorders.