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Over 50% of American parents polled in a new survey commissioned by American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) are concerned about the potential negative impact of technology use on the ability of young children to communicate.

Conducted this past March, the survey polled 1,000 parents of children ages 0 8. Its release today occurs during Better Hearing & Speech Month, a national observance that raises awareness of speech, language, and hearing disorders and spotlights the importance of communication health.

For more information and results, see

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