Entries by Avivit Ben-Aharon

Vocal Nodules: What They Are and How to Deal with Them

Approximately 7.6 percent of the U.S. adult population (17.9 million people) suffers from some kind of voice disorder. There are many different voice disorders one can be diagnosed with, but vocal nodules are one of the most common. If you suspect you have vocal nodules, keep reading to learn more about the condition and how to deal […]

5 Effective Parkinson’s Speech Therapy Exercises

More than 10 million people all over the world currently live with Parkinson’s disease. If you or someone you love is part of this group, you know how difficult it can be, especially when you begin to struggle with your speech and swallowing abilities. While speech and swallowing problems are common among people with Parkinson’s disease, they […]

Is Speech Therapy for Autism Effective?

Autism speech therapy can help you or your child become better communicators over time. It is also proven to enhance social skills, attention to detail, and make better learners. To learn more about how autism speech therapy can help you or your loved ones, keep reading this article. The Affect Autism Has on Speech The development of […]

A comprehensive guide to the most common speech disorders or speech and language disorders

Speech disorders are no uncommon condition. An estimated 7.5 million Americans have some sort of problem with their speech. These millions of people could have any number of speech conditions ranging from selective mutism to vocal cord damage. There are certain speaking disorders that are more common than others, though. Each disorder has specific causes and symptoms […]

Your Guide to Childen’s Language Disorders

What if you could help your child live a happier and more productive life? This is what all parents want for their children. However, for parents of children with language disorders, it can be often be frustrating to help their children do anything from speak clearly to understanding others. However, the more you know about […]

Six Great Tips for Parents to Promote Back-To-School Success

My children have never had issues transitioning from school to summer vacation. Neither have any of my clients. We all naturally celebrate summer by changing our routine. Camp replaces school, vacations become the norm and homework becomes a distant memory. Until the first official back-to-school notice arrives. It’s a transition for everyone, both mentally and physically, […]