AARGH!

Angela Loavenbruck, Ed.D. Prepare yourself for a really, really grumpy post. First of all the Yankees left the bases loaded far too often, thus considerably dampening my happiness that the Boston Red Sox were fighting for last place and secondly, I have just read a lot of the literature on PSAPS. And then I listened…

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Blending Academic Rigor with Commercial Pragmatism: AR in Private Practice

Blending Academic Rigor with Commercial Pragmatism: A Report on Aural Rehabilitation and Auditory Training in the Private Practice Workshop Washington University, St. Louis, MO. May 4 & 5, 2015 By Brian Taylor, AuD I have had the privilege of collaborating on a couple of different projects with Tad Zelski of Widex over the past few…

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Cultivating a Welcoming Space

By Lolly Wigall The calendar says spring.  But, where I live the official last frost date is May 31.  So, spring is a couple of months away.  It doesn’t matter to me that I can’t be outside playing in the dirt.  I am planning gardens, both at home and at the church.  Garden planning is…

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