Autism On Tape: Using Video To End Dx Delays, Boost Service Access

As diagnostic tools improve, the CDC estimates that about 1 in 59 children will be diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD). But don’t listen to the hype about an epidemic. The current diagnostic rate indicates...
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4 Ways Your Business Can Lower Employee Training Costs

Maintaining a competitive advantage in your industry requires you to have talented and knowledgeable people on your payroll. And in order to keep your staff up to date on the latest trends and developments, you have to...
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Demand For SLP Services Grows, Turns To High Tech Training

If your practice provides or regularly refers out for speech language pathology (SLP) services, you’ve likely noticed that there’s a shortage of providers and a growing client base. Of course, SLPs aren’t the only...
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Ensuring Language Rights Across EU Courts

EU citizens speak dozens of languages, while migrants add many more into the mix – so what happens when a minority-language speaker enters the courtroom? Generally speaking, if an individual doesn’t speak the same...
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The Role Of Simulations In Today’s Medical Education Process

Educating the healthcare professionals of tomorrow is a serious responsibility, but whether they’re in medical school or training to be a nurse or paramedic, students can’t practice on real patients. So what is the best...
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