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11 February, 2014 - Huffington Post

Marie Marley, an award-winning author, discusses the ten most important things she’s learned from the people in her life who have Alzheimer’s. Marley, who spent seven years caring for her partner and now volunteers with four women living in a senior...

06 February, 2014 - The Toronto Star

Parents of children with autism are trying to convince school boards across Canada to allow service dogs in schools, arguing that the animals should be viewed as assistive devices. Despite the fact that many children with autism benefit from using...

06 February, 2014 - SAC

In 1995, SAC introduced mandatory continuing education equivalents (CEEs) as a requirement for maintaining clinical certification. For 50 weeks in 2014, we’ll post an interesting fact about SAC to celebrate our 50th anniversary. Stay tuned for...

06 February, 2014 - The National Post

Researchers from a joint study by the University of Maryland and Johns Hopkins University have found that simulating blindness among adult mice led to a temporary improvement in their hearing. The researchers placed the mice in a dark room for a...

05 February, 2014 - SAC

Read the release on CNW Newswire   OTTAWA, ON (February 5, 2014) — The Canadian Association of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists (CASLPA) unveils a new name, a new logo and a new tagline as part of an extensive rebranding...

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