Speech Language Pathology

NJ Business Leaders Welcome Decision Canceling Biden Vaccine Mandate (Updated)

Hospital executives and business leaders in New Jersey have expressed broad agreement with the US Supreme Court’s Jan. 13 ruling blocking the Biden administration’s vaccine or testing mandate for health care employers. at least 100 workers, but remain concerned that the mandate represents healthcare workers at federally funded hospitals. President …

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Social-OT paves the way for social media management specifically for therapeutic practices in the United States

Social media management solution providers will work around the clock for your business, as their tagline suggests. The AgencyBlast team has again reiterated its commitment to helping therapeutic practices improve their social media presence and reach more clients as the digital marketing company announces more service offerings courtesy of Social-OT. …

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UNM Associate Professor Receives “Career Change” Grant

Jessica Richardson, associate professor of speech and hearing sciences at the University of New Mexico, received a $ 2 million grant in November 2021 funded by the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders, a cult from the National Institutes of Health. This five-year grant will be used to …

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SUNY New Paltz president retires and reflects

SUNY New Paltz President Donald Christian at graduation ceremonies in 2017 (Photos by Lauren Thomas) As the students prepared to return home for their vacation, members of a search committee at SUNY New Paltz burned midnight oil. According to Dr. Donald Christian, this committee is currently responsible for sorting the …

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NYMC prepares speech-language pathology students to make a difference in their community

PARTNER CONTENT Vikas Grover, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, is Assistant Professor of Speech-Language Pathology in the School of Health Sciences and Practice at New York Medical College. the Speech therapy department (SLP) in the School of Health Sciences and Practice (SHSP) at New York Medical College (NYMC) is a valuable resource to …

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Petal School District names Trustee, Convocation Teacher of the Year

Petal School District officials named the district’s two biggest annual recipients – Administrator of the Year and Teacher of the Year – at the district’s convocation ceremony, held on 4 January at the Petal Performing Arts Center adjacent to Petal High School. Katie Charleville, who is the director of special …

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Minot Adult Learning Center Expands Opportunities For GED | State and regional

MINOT, ND (AP) – The Minot Adult Learning Center provides a great opportunity for people who want to earn their high school equivalency diploma or learn English at the same time as they study for a certification in certified nursing assistant. Jennifer Kraft, director of the adult learning center, said …

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My life, my story | VA Boston Health Care

My Life My Story (MLMS) is a VA program where veterans are asked about their life story. The interview is written in a first-person narrative, reviewed with the veteran and, with permission of the veteran, entered into the medical record as a resource for the healthcare team to learn more …

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DAR and SAR Recognize Iroquois County Award Winners | News

On December 10, members of the Princess Wach-e-kee Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, Watseka, and the Joseph Bartholomew Chapter, Sons of the American Revolution, Bloomington, honored Iroquois County students with the Good Citizen Award . These students were awarded certificates and pins during an awards program at Faith Lutheran …

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T-ASD Cases On The Rise Over The Past 2 Years: Docs | Hyderabad News

Hyderabad: Pediatricians and other experts have observed that there are indications of an increase in Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) in the past two years. This, they say, is among several other hurdles caused to children in the wake of the pandemic that began about two years ago. Speaking at a …

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