Don Harris is a Licensed Speech Language Pathologist and a Certified Provider for The Listening Program, Interactive Metronome and the SpeechEasy Fluency Device. Don is also a Faculty Member at Advanced Brain Technologies, a Professional Communication Improvement Coach and small business consultant.
Throughout his career, Don has relied on refined listening skills to process and understand the goals and aspirations of his clients and assist them with creating powerful strategies for achievement.
Don's coaching practice focuses on helping independent professionals get what they want out of their life, career, and business. '5 Steps To Speaking Successfully' specifically helps independent professionals exceed their personal and professional goals through improved speech production and understanding.Our mission is to provide you with professional unparalleled service in a friendly and comfortable environment.
Our experience ensures improvement for children, adolescents and adults with speech, language, learning, auditory processing and social communication needs.
We also offer the newest materials and cutting edge technologies with caring and excellence. We are Certified Providers for The Listening Program, Interactive Metronome and the SpeechEasy Fluency Device.
Business success relies heavily on your professional image. Our coaching programs will have you communicating with confidence. We train executives, motivated employees and entrepreneurs to develop powerful, persuasive and professional communication skills.
You'll develop skills you can use to network, interview, speak on the phone, lead meetings, deliver presentations and interact with your clients, staff and family.
First detailed timeline established for brainís descent into Alzheimerís
September 23, 2012 - Scientists have assembled the most detailed chronology to date of the human brainís long, slow slide into full-blown Alzheimerís disease.
The timeline, developed through research led by scientists at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, appears July 11 in The New England Journal of Medicine.
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