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Pediatric Voice
Many children require support to avoid patterns of vocal abuse and misuse during communicative based activities of daily living. This handout is for parents, caregivers, therapists, and teachers who want to help children to identify behaviors and habits that contribute to vocal difficulties and modify behaviors for progression towards improved vocal hygiene.
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