May 4, 2020
Many of us take our ability to communicate for granted, but the ability to speak, hear and be heard is much more vital to our everyday lives than most of us realize. For those who have difficulty communicating, everyday interactions can pose significant challenges. A communication disorder may prevent an individual from performing well at work, asking for help, hearing instructions at school or even saying ‘I love you’.
Each year, Speech-Language & Audiology Canada (SAC) dedicates the month of May to raising public awareness about communication health. They work to highlight the importance of early detection and intervention in the treatment of communication disorders, and the role that their members and associates play in helping people to “Speak well. Hear well. Live well”.
Please take the opportunity to look at the links below for some helpful information regarding Speech and Language: