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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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Callier-Based Training Programs Continue to Top Surveys

Mar 19, 2013

Posted by: Emily Martinez, Communications Manager, Callier Center for Communication Disorders U.S. News and World Report issued its annual Best Graduate Schools edition recently, and UT Dallas was well represented. What’s more, the two highest-rated programs from UT Dallas are both based at Callier. The UT Dallas audiology and speech-language pathology programs, which were surveyed [...]   Read more


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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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Telepractice: Make Sure You Know the Rules First

Jan 29, 2013

Posted by: Dr. Thomas Campbell, Executive Director, and Donise Pearson, Director of Clinical Operations – UT Dallas Callier Center for Communication Disorders Telepractice has the potential to change the way we interact with a large number of our patients. But before speech-language pathologists or audiologists leap into this exciting new domain, they better know the [...]   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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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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Does My Child Need AAC? (Part 2)

Oct 24, 2012

Posted by: Melissa Cooprider, MS, CCC-SLP – Speech Language Pathologist – UT Dallas Callier Center for Communication Disorders In last week’s blog post, I talked a little about augmentative and alternative communication (AAC). Below are some useful tips to help you determine if AAC would help your family: AAC may be helpful to people who [...]   Read more


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Explore Alternative Communication Methods (Part 1)

Oct 15, 2012

Posted by: Melissa Cooprider, MS, CCC-SLP – Speech Language Pathologist – UT Dallas Callier Center for Communication Disorders The acquisition of speech and language skills is a significant milestone in a child’s life. But some individuals are “functionally nonverbal” because they aren’t able to use spoken language in an age-appropriate manner to communicate with others. These people often [...]   Read more


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