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Communication Professionals Reach Out to Wider World

Mar 7, 2013

Posted by: Emily Martinez, Communications Manager - Callier Center for Communication Disorders One of the best things about working at Callier is seeing how many people are helped each day by dedicated speech-language pathologists and audiologists. Children’s and adults’ lives are changed forever by well-trained, committed communication professionals. But these patients are primarily Americans. What about all of [...]   Read more


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Study to Test Whether Hearing Aids Can Help Prevent Falls

Feb 22, 2013

Posted by: Dr. Linda Thibodeau, Professor in the School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences and the Callier Center for Communication Disorders UT Dallas Callier Center researchers are recruiting patients for a new study aimed at determining a connection between hearing deficits and the likelihood of falls. The research project, a collaboration with the UNT Health [...]   Read more


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Telepractice: How Do We Embrace Opportunities and Avoid Risks?

Jan 16, 2013

Posted by: Dr. Thomas Campbell, Executive Director, and Donise Pearson, Director of Clinical Operations – UT Dallas Callier Center for Communication Disorders Telepractice is changing the way speech-language pathologists, audiologists and patients define therapy. Many communication professionals are excited by the possibilities it offers. Patients without access to in-clinic care now may benefit from the [...]   Read more


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New Cochlear Implant Partnership to Benefit Patients

Dec 19, 2012

Posted by:  Melissa Sweeney, Cochlear Implant Program Manager – UT Dallas Callier Center for Communication Disorders Cochlear implants change lives. Thousands of patients around the world can now hear, thanks to these amazing little devices. But the process of acquiring implants and then maintaining them can seem overwhelming to patients and families. It’s a multi-step [...]   Read more


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Families Need Help Beyond Devices

Dec 10, 2012

Posted by:  Lisa Flores, AuD, Audiologist – UT Dallas Callier Center for Communication Disorders Hearing problems often take parents by surprise. When their child is diagnosed with a disorder, they aren’t sure where to turn next. Thanks to major advances in technology, audiologists now have a wide range of impressive tools to offer patients of [...]   Read more


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New Hearing Devices Offer Better Sound, Quality of Life

Nov 1, 2012

Posted by: Jeffrey Martin, PhD, CCC/A – Interim Head of Audiology – UT Dallas Callier Center for Communication Disorders Rapid advances in technology have led to impressive new tools for helping people overcome hearing challenges. Newly developed digital devices are smaller, lighter and more effective. If you suspect you may have a hearing deficit, consult [...]   Read more


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Never Too Early to Encourage Communication

Oct 8, 2012

Posted by Molly Augustine, MS, CCC-SLP – Speech Language Pathologist – UT Dallas Callier Center for Communication Disorders New studies seem to be coming out all the time that remind us how important it is to encourage language and communication development from an early age. Language starts developing before a child even starts talking. Children [...]   Read more


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