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03 July, 2014 - CBC News

According to rehabilitation experts, people in Canada who experience a stroke do not have access to all of the care they require since therapy coverage tends to run out relatively early on in the recovery process. Dr. Robert Teasell, a professor of...

03 July, 2014 - Global News

Researchers at Dalhousie University’s school of biomedical engineering have developed the world’s first ultrasound imaging ear probe to help doctors treat patients with hearing loss. Currently doctors either use a CT scanner or MRI machine to do...

26 June, 2014 - Audiology Worldnews

Earlier this month in Cernobbio, Italy, audiologists, speech-language pathologists, medical specialists and technicians, university professors and public health experts from across the globe met because of their shared interest or experience in...

26 June, 2014 - Speech-Language & Audiology Canada

In the Fall 1976 issue of the CSHA Newsletter (an early publication that would eventually become SAC’s Communiqué), SAC informed its members of a new government commitment to health care via a letter we received from Prime Minister Pierre...

26 June, 2014 - Huffington Post

Debbie Rasiel, a photographer and mother to a 23-year-old with autism, spent two years trying to bridge the gap between autism and art by taking pictures of children with ASDs all over the world. Interestingly, she noticed that "while living...

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