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Mar 6, 2017

Making everyday experiences language rich

Between afterschool activities, therapy appointments and your to-do list, it can hard to find time to fit in extra practice for your child’s speech-language therapy. Parents can support their child’s expressive and receptive language goals making everyday activities (and even the extra special ones) more intentional. While many parents do this naturally, here are three simple ways to focus on building a language-rich experience.
Jan 13, 2017

What is a Learning Difference?

One out of ten children has a learning difference such as: speech and language delays, dyslexia, perceptual deficit, auditory processing problems and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.
Oct 3, 2016

Red Flags for a Language and Learning Delay/Disorder

If a child exhibits 5 or more of the listed characteristics on a consistent basis, he/she may have a learning delay/disorder and be at risk for future academic problems. If parents or teachers are concerned, a developmental assessment, including a speech-language evaluation is recommended.