Entries by Avivit Ben-Aharon

6 Strategies to Do Speech Therapy at Home During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Was your child or loved one receiving speech therapy before the coronavirus pandemic? It’s important that they continue with this therapy so they don’t lose ground. Today, telepractice provides an option for face-to-face therapy sessions. One study compared therapy provided in-person to that provided through telepractice. They found that both groups of students made significant speech sound production […]

Is ADHD Real? Your Guide To Adult ADHD

In the mid-2000s to the late 2010s, our understanding of ADHD increased tenfold. That understanding led to more people being diagnosed than ever, as physicians had more research-backed criteria to go off of. That increase in diagnoses, however, was questioned by the general public. They felt doctors were over-diagnosing and over-medicating, but they weren’t. In […]

The Top 3 Benefits of Online Speech Therapy During the Coronavirus Outbreak and Flu Season

Coronavirus has been officially declared a pandemic. Schools are closed in some parts of the country. Businesses and healthcare offices may be next. Some consumers are worried they will not be able to access the speech therapy services they need- for themselves or for their family members and they are researching online speech therapy alternatives […]

Help for Stroke Victims: The Role Music Therapy Can Play

After a stroke, many survivors may experience aphasia. This is a disorder that impairs a person’s ability to understand language. Aphasia can limit a person’s ability to write, read, or speak. However, even though a stroke may compromise a victim’s language skill, many survivors are finding a new method for communicating: singing. Although being able to sing […]

A Complete Guide on the Link Between ADHD and Stuttering

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) affects both children and adults throughout the US and around the world. But when the doctor hands you this label, what makes up the ingredients of the diagnosis? Most people understand the basics like excitability and difficulty focusing. But, many do not know about ADHD and stuttering. Understanding ADHD and […]

7 Tips for Improved Reading Comprehension for Adults

Child reading comprehension is often a focus at school, but reading comprehension for adults can also be an issue. The importance of reading comprehension doesn’t go away when you’re an adult. It helps you learn and understand what you read when you go to college, take classes, or learn new content at work. Strong comprehension allows you […]