Monthly Archives: March 2013

Teamwork Continues to Improve Life of Ogden Boy with Hearing Loss

You often hear the expression, “it takes a village to raise a child.” In the case of 3-year-old Noah Hasty of Ogden, that phrase rings true. Noah was diagnosed as profoundly deaf at two weeks of age, and with the … Continue reading

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Meet the People Who Make a Difference: Speech-Language Pathologists

All of Iowa’s nine AEAs employ staff members that provide consultation and therapy for children who have significant problems with language, voice, articulation, and stuttering. Click on the picture below to meet Nancy Almasi, a speech-language pathologist for Grant Wood … Continue reading

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Northwest Iowa Boys Transition Smoothly to New Family

Reprinted from page 5 of “Early ACCESS: Governor’s Report January 2013,” highlighting the story of two boys and their family who received services from Northwest AEA’s Early ACCESS team, including Sara Klingensmith, early childhood special education teacher/consultant, and Julie Tucker, … Continue reading

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