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Speech Pathology at UTS Feb 18
Great to meet Thulasi Jeyaraman from talks about what it’s like entering the profession - Thankyou!!
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Simucase 47m
Congratulations to the at for having this week's top score on Simucase!
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Harmony Turnbull 23h
Welcome to Twitter students!
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ASHA 6h
Can Project Euphonia from help patients with hold on to their voices longer?
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Al0 Feb 14
I GOT ACCEPTED TO CSULB💛🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉
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EBS Healthcare 3h
Attendees - It's day 1 ya'll, and we are ready to go BIG in Texas 🤠 EBS is a proud Gold Sponsor of the 2020 TSHA Convention. - visit us at booth 301!
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Speech Pathology at UTS Feb 18
Are you on Twitter? Here are some great tips!
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DLDandMe Feb 19
Children with do not make strange, unnatural errors. They remain true to the language they are learning. Learn more from guest L. Leonard at andme
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National NSSLHA 8h
Say hi to Daniella—a student at & your NJ SSO! When her father was diagnosed with brain cancer and slowly lost his ability to speak, she decided to pursue speech-language pathology.
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Sarah Bram Feb 17
“With speech therapy he will be able to fully speak”...I love my field! 😍😭🤟🏻🦻♿️
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DLDandMe Feb 17
Tense and agreement markers are among the most sensitive tests for . Does the test you use load for these forms? What are the pitfalls? #slpeeps#devlangdis andme
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Dr. Marie Jetté Feb 17
To the & in the Delaware area, Wendy Vastine is presenting a workshop, "Gender Affirmative Voice and Communication: A Pediatric Focus" on March 20th. They are a dynamic speaker with a passion for the topic.
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Speech Pathology at UTS Feb 16
Who’s new in our community? Welcome to the Twitter network - say hi and I will follow you back! (remember to include at UTS in your bio!)
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National NSSLHA Feb 18
After a lifetime of frustration, Audri accepted her stutter instead of trying to force fluency. As a CSD undergrad, she organized a showing of —and showed others a side of herself she’d kept hidden.
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Plural Publishing Feb 17
Speech is not just talk. Read the first blog in the Phonology Means Nothing Series by Ken Bleile. Now on the Plural blog.
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National NSSLHA Feb 17
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Speech Pathology Aus Feb 16
It’s now only 30 days to Swallowing Awareness Day on 18 March 2020. Join us in drawing greater attention to swallowing disorders and in helping connect people with speech pathologists, the professionals who can help.
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Sarah Bram Feb 17
Artificial larynx FTW! 🙌🏻🤟🏻🦻♿️
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ASHA Journals 22h
Now LIVE in - Role of Inhibition for Conversational & Characteristics of Preschool-Age Who , by Victoria Tumanova, Carly Woods, & Rachel Razza
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Speech Pathology at UTS Feb 16
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