Suggestions for holiday gifts for kids that foster communication and social interaction.
ASHA expert explains key skills needed for a successful school transition and how parents can help kids build them.
ASHA 2016 President Jaynee Handelsman explains why managing children’s use of technology is important to their communication health—and offers tips for how to do so.
May is Better Hearing & Speech Month—a time to prioritize communication. Here are 10 tips for parents on how to manage kids’ technology use to keep communication at the forefront.
Speech-language pathologists Diane Paul and Donna Murray talk about what social communication disorder is and how it is treated.
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.
Joseph Cerquone, director of public relations at ASHA, discusses the potential impact of loud stadium noise on a person’s hearing.
“Parents or caregivers need to make sure that [children] aren’t listening to music, watching television shows, and playing games on devices using head phones or earbuds at dangerously high volumes —it can lead to noise-induced hearing loss.”
Speech-language pathologist T.J. Ragan writes about how to identify communication disorders in children, and how parents can help with communication difficulties.
2013 ASHA President Patricia A. Prelock discusses 5 signs of communication disorders that parents often miss with their children.