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Bringing Speech/Language Therapy to Developing Nations

TC is increasingly active in speech and language therapy efforts around the world. The projects range from helping deaf children in learn to speak through remote therapy to laying the groundwork for developing the first generation of Khmer-speaking speech-language pathologists in Cambodia.
TC is increasingly active in speech and language therapy efforts around the world. The projects range from helping deaf children in Bolivia learn to speak through remote therapy to laying the groundwork for developing the first generation of Khmer-speaking speech-language pathologists in Cambodia.  

Hearing Aids [read full story]
TC team delivers speech and language therapy via the Internet to a school for the deaf in Bolivia.

Blazing a (Speech) "Path." in Cambodia [read full story]
TC faculty members envision jump-starting a field in post-Khmer Cambodia.

Published Tuesday, Jan. 13, 2009

Bringing Speech/Language Therapy to Developing Nations

TC is increasingly active in speech and language therapy efforts around the world. The projects range from helping deaf children in Bolivia learn to speak through remote therapy to laying the groundwork for developing the first generation of Khmer-speaking speech-language pathologists in Cambodia.  

Hearing Aids [read full story]
TC team delivers speech and language therapy via the Internet to a school for the deaf in Bolivia.

Blazing a (Speech) "Path." in Cambodia [read full story]
TC faculty members envision jump-starting a field in post-Khmer Cambodia.
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