This article shares easy ways parents can help encourage young children’s communication development—and offers advice for creating tech boundaries so smartphones don’t interfere with everyday communication opportunities.
This article discusses tips for talking respectfully and productively about a potential communication delay.
This blog discusses the signs of speech and language disorders; how parents can foster their children’s language development, and more.
ASHA President Judith L. Page discusses how early identification and intervention can make a substantial difference in the development of a child with hearing loss.
Speech-language pathologist Ann Kummer reminds parents about the importance of limiting the time young children spend using technology alone in favor of time for talking and interacting together.
The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) has launched a nationwide multimedia campaign—Identify the Signs—to raise awareness of the early warning signs of speech, language, and hearing issues.