Episode 69: Finding Your Voice, Vaccines and Autism, Blocks or Batteries, and Dementia and TV
On this week’s episode, Matt has returned from OSLHA with the fellow of the association award, Michael’s study moves forward, and Michelle returns to her passion in volleyball. Joining the trio this week is Dr. Tiffany Hogan of SAIL. They discuss the importance of having a voice that matches the AAC or Communication device user. The largest study to look at the potential link between the measles vaccine and autism found that there is no link. Batteries or bricks? How do we grow brain power? The answer may be in the simple objects for children and 7 hobbies to help the adult brain. Lastly, how much TV is too much TV? Could watching TV for 3 and half hours a day result in lower brain power?
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Vaccines and Autism
Blocks and Batteries
Hobbies to Make You Smarter
TV and Dementia
ASHA 21 Day Challenge
Dr. Tiffany Hogan
Intro Music: Please Listen Carefully by Jahzzar is licensed under a Attribution-ShareAlike License.
Bump Music: The Spellbreaker by Tri-Tachyon is licensed under a Attribution License.
Closing Music: Slow Burn by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License.
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