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Stroke 101

Today’s blog post is all about stroke – signs, risks, and types. This post is based off of my video by the same name.     Many individuals don’t realize that they are having a stroke because they don’t know the signs. Three signature signs of a stroke are facial drooping, weakness on one side … Continue reading Stroke 101

What to Expect During an Adult Speech and Language Evaluation

  Adults may undergo speech and language evaluations for a variety of reasons, including, but not limited to, difficulty pronouncing sounds or words, speaking clearly, retrieving and using familiar words, understanding words they hear, speaking fluently, remembering peoples/places/events, and swallowing. Adult speech and language evaluations may be performed differently depending on the speech-language pathologist (SLP), … Continue reading What to Expect During an Adult Speech and Language Evaluation