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Make the Season Merry and Bright for Your Special Needs Child

Holidays can be overwhelming for people with autism and AD/HD, but they don't have to be.

Class Twists and Turns Into New Autism Therapy

Speech therapy graduate students have turned a popular form of dance into an outlet to improve a variety of skills for autistic children.

Students Show Kids They're Born to Ride

The South Plains Autism Network brings children and their families together for a day of bike riding fun.

Lost in Translation: Audiologists Work to Overcome Language Barriers

English-speaking audiologists hope to improve communication with Spanish-speaking patients with help from a national grant.

Alumni Score Big in the NFL

Through hard work and motivation, two graduates of the School of Allied Health Sciences were given the opportunity of a lifetime.

Speech-Language Pathologists Discover a Vital Therapy

Combined with traditional therapy, VitalStim is gaining popularity in the treatment of swallowing disorders.

Watch Your Back This School Year

Toting around a heavy backpack is more than just a present nuisance, it can cause long-term damage.

Survivors Share the Sound of Recovery

A unique group of Lubbockites strengthen their voices each week in a new, student-established choir.

Therapy Puts the Brakes on Speech Barriers

Stuttering therapy can help the more than 3 million American adult stutterers strengthen their voice personally and professionally.

Longtime Dean Leaves Big Shoes to Fill

Since 1998, Paul Brooke Jr., Ph.D., has seen the School of Allied Health Sciences through unparalleled growth and success.

No Tassel Left Unturned at Commencement

Hundreds of students were welcomed into the health care profession at the annual ceremony.

The Students Have Spoken: New Leaders Announced

Outstanding organizations, faculty and graduating seniors were honored at the Student Government Association's annual banquet.

Occupational Therapy Isn't About Finding a Job

Occupational therapy faculty and students clear up misunderstandings and spread the word about their chosen profession.

Physical Therapy Helps Amputees Lead Fuller Lives

Local and regional orthotists and prosthetists recently introduced students to new techniques and devices.

Birth Defects Prevention Month: Autism

An estimated 1 out of 150 children in America will be diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder.