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27 Jun

Northeastern’s Speech-Language and Hearing Center provides free speech therapy to Parkinson’s patients across Massachusetts

Northeastern University Speech-Language Hearing Center removing barriers to Parkinson’s speech therapy in Massachusetts thanks to grant.

31 May

Northeastern University Speech-Language Pathology students learn through Aphasia Workshop

June is Aphasia Awareness Month. While many may not be familiar with the disorder, the Aphasia Workshop through Northeastern University’s Speech-Language and Hearing Center has been working to educate students and give them hands-on experience helping those with aphasia. 

2 May

Northeastern University Speech-Language Hearing Center to remove barriers to Parkinson’s speech therapy in Massachusetts

A Texas nonprofit clinic is collaborating with the Northeastern University Speech-Language and Hearing Center to help all residents of Massachusetts with Parkinson’s Disease have access to high-quality speech treatment.

24 Aug

What you need to know before buying OTC hearing aids

The recent U.S. Food and Drug Administration rule allowing consumers to buy hearing aids over-the-counter could prompt patients to become their own doctors and not receive the professional care they need, warns one expert.

27 Jul

No ‘summer melt,’ only days filled with reading and fun for kids in dynamic Northeastern program

The children, all students entering grades 2-6, are attending a four-week summer reading program on Northeastern’s Boston campus this July.

11 May

SPEAK OUT! program helps Parkinson’s patients put their best voices forward

Most people with the central nervous system disorder experience changes in their voices that are noticeable to others. But these changes can be postponed or prevented with early therapeutic intervention, says Elizabeth Martin, assistant clinical professor at Northeastern.

7 Jan

Speaking with intent in Parkinson’s disease: Northeastern’s Speech Language Hearing Center receives grant

The grant was used for the launch of SPEAK OUT! and LOUD Crowd, a specialized speech therapy program for people with Parkinson’s disease.