Speech Language Therapy for Children and Book Reading

Research has found that parents can help their children when they are having difficulties with learning language. Children with speech or language difficulties benefit from speech language therapy; however one session a week is not sufficient to make rapid changes and parents have opportunities to help their child on a daily basis. Parents can use naturally occurring opportunities to help their children’s speech and

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Rehabilitation Approaches

People who have sustained a traumatic brain injury or a stroke are usually admitted to a hospital where they receive acute treatment and rehabilitation. This rehabilitation will continue when they (the client) return home. There are different approaches to rehabilitation. The traditional medical model focuses on the limitation of the client. For example, if someone has difficulty with walking or communicating, therapy will focus

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