Who doesn’t love a top-10 list?
With this list, you can peruse popular articles while honing your professional skills over the holidays. Enjoy re-reading or discovering for the first time some of the most-read articles printed in The ASHA Leader this past year.
Top audiology articles
Hypersensitivity to certain trigger sounds—known as misophonia—can be socially and emotionally crippling for some people.
Wake Forest Baptist Health restructured its audiology clinic to establish an unbundled services model. Here’s how they did it.
Ear Care for All, On and Off the Job
Companies expand hearing-protection efforts beyond employees exposed to occupational noise—to all employees at all hours.
Maintaining Balance: Vestibular Help for Children With Hearing Loss
Vestibular physical therapy can help children with hearing loss and cochlear implants.
Do Opioids Hurt Hearing?
A new study finds no such link when they’re taken as prescribed, but it’s less clear what happens when they’re abused.
Top speech-language pathology articles
Is autism being overlooked in girls because the signs are much clearer in boys? A growing body of research says yes.
The toothbrush wields considerable power against disease-causing bacteria. So how can we better promote oral care in patients with dysphagia?
Problems with airway functioning during sleep can hurt children’s health. And SLPs, alongside other professionals, are on the front lines of identification and intervention.
Articulation problems led this patient to a speech consultation—which helped reveal a rare and serious disease.
Puzzled by how to treat students with social communication disorder? Use these five concepts to figure it out.