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Holiday therapy

Nov. 15, 2019, 3:09 PM

On Halloween, speech therapists at Vanderbilt Wilson County Hospital led children trick-or-treating around patient floors and nursing stations as part of their routine therapy. Children used socialization and pragmatic language skills to ask staff for treats and practiced their “K” sounds as they said “trick or treat” and “thank you.”

On Halloween, speech therapists at Vanderbilt Wilson County Hospital led children trick-or-treating around patient floors and nursing stations as part of their routine therapy. Children used socialization and pragmatic language skills to ask staff for treats and practiced their “K” sounds as they said “trick or treat” and “thank you.”

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