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Speech Therapy Ideas to Overcome Stuttering Quickly and Easily

28th July 2010
Stuttering or stammering is a speech disorder wherein the person repeats certain letters or syllables, which disrupts the smooth flow of words. It is difficult at times to understand what the person means because of this condition. Sometimes, a person suf... Read >
Author: Jesse Kemmerer

Recognizing Child ADHD In The Classroom

02nd June 2010
We all know that children with ADHD tend to underachieve in the classroom but recognizing who they are and what help they need may not be as easy as it would seem at first glance. They may mask their challenges under the veil of capability, or having grea... Read >
Author: Rob Hawkinis

Seven Ways To More Attractive Labels

18th July 2009
Do you want to create more attractive custom labels for your products? Well in my experience there are seven great ways to make your label printing designs more attractive and effective. In this guide, I will teach you these seven ways. Take note of these... Read >
Author: Chelsea Nicole

A Condescending Vernacular: The Problem of Elderspeak

30th April 2009
Many people naturally revert to something like baby talk when communicating with people who are elderly. More than simply a way to adjust to cognitive impairments that elders may develop as they age, this tendency is known as "elderspeak." It often consis... Read >
Author: Brandon Thomas

Alopecia Hair Loss- Answers To Frequently Asked Questions

23rd April 2009
According to some estimates, two persons out of every hundred suffer with some form of alopecia hair loss. The condition can range in gravity from small bald patches, to complete hair loss on the scalp to total loss of body hair altogether. This simple... Read >
Author: Mike Jones

Are Stiff Eyes Preventing Your Child from Reading

02nd April 2009
Can your children's eyes move in small jumps from left to right, following printed words on a page? Can they rapidly swing back and down to begin reading the next line? Can they pick out syllables and individual phonograms and assemble these into words? ... Read >
Author: Gavin Swallow

How To Use The Flesch Grade Level Readability Formula To Write For Your Audience

14th January 2009
Flesch Grade Level Readability Formula improves upon the Flesch Reading Ease Readability Formula. Rudolph Flesch, an author, writing consultant, and the supporter of Plain English Movement, is the co-author of this formula along with John P. Kincaid. That... Read >
Author: Jesse Dawson

Hypnotic Mental Tricks To Develop Your Ability To Concentrate And Recall

06th February 2008
In our fast paced society, we are constantly learning new things and we need to have a better memory to remember it all. Students need a better memory for learning and doing well on examinations. People need a better memory to be successful in their jobs,... Read >
Author: Alan B. Densky, CH
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