Helping Speech and Stuttering in Children with Down syndrome

Giving a voice to kids with Down syndrome - Researchers from the University of Alberta are helping children with Down syndrome who stutter find their voice and speak with ease.
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Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities,Volume 57, Issue 6, Page 485-498, December 2019.
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Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities,Volume 57, Issue 6, Page 551-552, December 2019.
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Authors: Young AS, Cohen AN, Niv N, Nowlin-Finch N, Oberman RS, Olmos-Ochoa TT, Goldberg RW, Whelan F Abstract OBJECTIVE: Mobile technologies, such as smartphones, can improve health services by delivering assessments and interventions that reach people in their daily lives. There is, however, disagreement regarding whether people with serious mental illness make meaningful use of mobile technology and whether interventions that rely on mobile technology should be tailored for this population. METHODS: At two clinics, 249 people with serious mental illness were interviewed regarding mobile phone use, and their ...
Source: Psychiatric Services - Category: Psychiatry Tags: Psychiatr Serv Source Type: research
Publication date: Available online 21 November 2019Source: Journal of Health EconomicsAuthor(s): Stephanie RennaneAbstractWhile the main insurance sources for individuals with disability are understood, less is known about how family support interacts with federal disability benefits. Using the Health and Retirement Study matched to administrative records, I examine how disability benefits affect family support by comparing accepted and rejected disability applicants before and after benefit receipt. Receipt of disability insurance increases the probability of receiving any assistance from children by 18 percent and more t...
Source: Journal of Health Economics - Category: Health Management Source Type: research
As a pediatrician, it is likely that at some point a patient's family, a friend, or a family member has asked you about a premature baby, and how that baby “will do.” They are likely interested in knowing more about their cognitive function and their neurodevelopmental outcomes. What can we expect, and what have we learned about affects these outcomes? These are difficult questions to answer, and we search for predictors that allow us to answer the se questions. In this volume of The Journal, Bourke et al present data from a large Western Australian registry covering ∼720 000 live births between 1983-2010 t...
Source: The Journal of Pediatrics - Category: Pediatrics Authors: Tags: The Editors' Perspectives Source Type: research
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