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Speech-Language Pathology

Articulation: Difficulty saying certain sounds

Language disorders/delays: Misunderstanding what other people say and/or not using words or the appropriate words to communicate

Voice: Continually hoarse or experiencing pain after talking for very long

Stuttering: Words or sounds not coming out smoothly

Accent modification: Difficulty saying some English sounds or difficulty understanding the English language

Swallowing: Coughing or choking when eating some foods or drinking some liquids

Infant feeding: Difficulty feeding an infant, toddler or child certain foods or liquids

Aural (re)abilitation: Communication skills impacted by a hearing loss

School-aged language: An elementary school child who has difficulty understanding that letters stand for sounds and/or a child who struggles with understanding what teachers say