Latest Communication disorders Stories
Older adults who have suffered from aphasia for a long time can nevertheless improve their language function and maintain these improvements in the long term.
Doctors from Harvard Medical School in Boston report in the Archives of Neurology of a new medical phenomenon called “Dystextia.” The phenomenon was adopted after the doctors had an unusual case come through their doors recently.
This application –named Picaa– can be used on iPhone, iPad and iPod touch and has been translated into several languages (English, Galician, Arab, etc.).
Never underestimate who may suffer from stuttering - some of the world's best known personalities such as Marilyn Monroe and Emily Blunt were/are affected.
Scientists recently discovered that an investigational compound focusing on the main symptoms of fragile X syndrome is able to help treat social withdrawal.
In Focus with Martin Sheen will spotlight therapies that are making progress in helping children in their developmental years with communication issues. Hollywood,
An international team of researchers, led by scientists at the University of California, San Diego and Yale University schools of medicine, have identified a form of autism with epilepsy that may potentially be treatable with a common nutritional supplement.
The idea of teaching social competence is just now beginning to gain attention in teacher preparation programs.
Recent studies by a UT Dallas researcher aim at finding better ways to diagnose young children with language impairments.
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