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Psychologists Respond to Harvey

Psychologists are responding in several ways to the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey. pixabay.com The American Psychological Association released a statement…

Speech Problems in Parkinson’s Disease

Speech Therapists Provide Empirically-Supported Treatment of Speech Problems in Parkinson’s Disease Lisa Hale, MSP, CCC-SLP Parkinson’s disease affects 1.5 million…

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Psychologists Respond to Harvey

Psychologists are responding in several ways to the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey. The American Psychological Association released a statement today from President Tony Puente: “The American Psychological Association joins with all Americans in support of the thousands of people whose lives have been thrown into turmoil by Hurricane Harvey. We have watched with horror the devastation wreaked by this unimaginable…

Speech Problems in Parkinson’s Disease

Speech Therapists Provide Empirically-Supported Treatment of Speech Problems in Parkinson’s Disease Lisa Hale, MSP, CCC-SLP Parkinson’s disease affects 1.5 million people in the United States and 8 million worldwide. Nearly 90% of these individuals will develop a speech disorder called “hypokinetic dysarthria” (i.e., slowed speech with poor articulation) during the course of their illness. Speech symptoms are sometimes reported as…

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