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20 March, 2014 - Today’s Parent

It can be difficult to tell whether a child has a speech delay or if they are simply a “late talker” (a child with a limited spoken-word vocabulary until he or she suddenly has what Judy Meintzer, President of Speech-Language and Audiology Canada,...

17 March, 2014 - Conference Board of Canada

The Conference Board of Canada has released the fourth and final installment of its research series Improving Primary Health Care Through Collaboration. The series was launched in October 2012. This final report, Recommendations for Action: Getting...

14 March, 2014 - Discover Magazine

What speech disorder does Scooby Doo actually have, and why doesn’t anyone else seem to have it? A Scooby Doo fan set out to find the answer to these questions and, after consulting speech pathologist Dr. Steven Long, associate professor in...

14 March, 2014 - The Huffington Post

The Harvard Review of Psychiatry recently published six articles that review the latest findings in autism spectrum disorder (ASD) research. These six summaries provide us with a “glimpse into the state of autism studies today”: There may soon...

14 March, 2014 - The Globe and Mail

This week, a study suggested that a blood test may be able to predict the onset of Alzheimer’s within a 2-3 year timeframe with over 90% accuracy. While this is undoubtedly cause for excitement, we should keep in mind that this conclusion is based...

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