The topic of Transgender Voice Modification has recently become very important in the field of speech-language pathology. The role of voice in during an individual’s transition cannot be understated, given the intricate relationship between voice and identity.
Congratulations mama, you did it!! Baby is here. Baby is beautiful… But WHAT is going on with this postpartum body?! Here are some after-birthing issues that so many of us mamas deal with – but none of which have to become our “new normal.” Here’s what you need to know:
In our previous post, we shared five milestones expected to see before babies start using words. The following list contains five red flags of language delay. This list is not exhaustive, but it should help you get a sense of what is expected from the perspective of a speech-language pathologist. If you are concerned about language delay, speaking to a speech-language pathologist can put your mind at ease.Read More
Language development is extraordinary. Watching a baby go from no words at all to using full sentences by age 5 is nothing short of amazing. Most people can see that babies communicate an awful lot of information about how they are feeling and what they want before they are even able to use words. The following list contains five milestones that we expect to see before babies start using words (at approximately 12 months). Read More
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