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New Technology Center Nurtures Speech, Language, Hearing Research

Apr 8, 2013

Posted by: Dr. Thomas Campbell, Ludwig A. Michael, MD, Callier Center Executive Director and Sara T Martineau Endowed Professor Technology is revealing new ways almost daily to help speech, language and hearing patients overcome major challenges. But the Callier Center and UT Dallas are ready to accelerate the pace. We’ve launched the Communications Technology Center [...]   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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Research Expanding to Meet Needs of Bilingual Students

Nov 28, 2012

Posted by: Dr. Raúl Rojas, Assistant Professor – UT Dallas Callier Center for Communication Disorders Bilingual language research is an emerging and vital new field of research, and I’m glad to say that Callier is helping to lead the way. As the number of English language learners (ELL) increases among our school-age population, we need [...]   Read more


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Research Focuses on Development of Impulse Control in ADD

Nov 8, 2012

Posted by: Emily Martinez – Communications Manager – UT Dallas Callier Center for Communication Disorders Attention deficit disorder (ADD) is commonly diagnosed in today’s children and frequently controversial. Physicians and educators have argued for decades about how to identify a child who has the disorder and then, once recognized, how to offer help. But the [...]   Read more


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