Entries by Avivit Ben-Aharon

An In Depth Guide On How To Find The Best Executive Functioning Training For Treating ADHD

ADHD is attention deficit hyperactivity disorder that can affect speech and mundane social interactions. A person suffering from this disorder can find difficulty in focusing and has an inability to sit still and have self-control. It is important for parents to learn about this disorder and find the right treatment. The best executive training for treating ADHD is […]

Client-Centered Therapy: The 7 Benefits It Holds for Speech Therapy

Did you know, approximately 40 million people in the U.S have communication disorders? This then begs the question; what’s client-centered therapy? And how can it help speech difficulties? Luckily for you, we’re going to break that down for you here in this article. Let’s dive in! Client-Centered Therapy This is a non-directive form of treatment developed by […]

Social Communication Disorder: Everything You Needed to Know

The prevalence of social language impairment is about 7.7% in children of ages 3-17 years. Children with social communication disorder struggle with effective communication. They may not understand when to respond during a conversation. Others may not know when it’s better for them to keep quiet. Children with social communication disorder (SCD) also lack a good […]

10 Exercises and Strategies to Help with Executive Function Disorder

Have you been diagnosed with executive function disorder? Individuals who have abnormal executive function symptoms may feel frustrated, alone, and misunderstood. Many people don’t yet comprehend this disorder, including some professionals who work in the medical and behavioral health industry. Executive function disorder often gets lumped into the same category as Attention Deficit Disorder. And, while […]

How Does Mild Traumatic Brain Injury Affect Your Speech?

Every year in the United States, approximately 1.7 million cases of traumatic brain injury (also known as TBI) occur. Traumatic brain injuries come with a wide range of symptoms, including changes in consciousness, confusion, vision changes, and changes in speaking ability. Even a very mild traumatic brain injury can have a negative effect on your speaking ability. […]