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occupational therapy assistant guru

Great post! it really is an eye-opener. when dealing with people who have certain disabilities, we should be sensitive enough to their needs. Not just merely being on their shoes, but rather showing both sympathy and emapthy towards them.Not only would we just actively hear but we should truly listen as well.


There is help out there that can improve PD patients ability to speak louder and more clearly. Voice therapy works. Contact a speech pathologist in your area and get LSVT LOUD voice therapy so you can be heard and understood. It really works!

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Very informative post thanks for share this with us i highly appreciate you for this information thanks once again for sharing information like this!

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