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C/APD Update: New Developments on an Old Controversy

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In July 2015, I wrote a series of research-based posts (HERE and HERE) regarding the validity of (Central) Auditory Processing Disorder (C/APD) as a standalone diagnosis as well as questioned the utility of it for classification purposes in the school setting. Once again I want to reiterate that I was in no way disputing the legitimate […]

What’s Memes Got To Do With It?

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Today, after a long hiatus, I am continuing my series of blog posts on “Scholars Who do Not Receive Enough Mainstream Exposure” by summarizing select key points from Dr. Alan G. Kamhi’s 2004 article: “A Meme’s Eye View of Speech-Language Pathology“. Some of you may be wondering: “Why is she reviewing an article that is more […]

Alternative Therapies, Herbs, Pills, and Snake Oils or “What’s the Harm in That?”

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I’ve been meaning to write this post for some time and have finally decided to do it now due to an increased prevalence of “non-traditional” treatment options available to parents of language impaired children. More and more unscrupulous or misguided individuals are offering fantastical cures to children diagnosed with the wide variety of disorders including but not limited […]

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