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17 October

Children often imitate those in their surroundings, especially their family members. However, what if they’re always imitating you or repeating what you say? What if they’re repeating the lines of a favorite movie? What if they never answer the simple questions you ask of them? Is this something you need to be mindful of? Should […]

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15 October

When was the last time you lost your temper? Can you remember what caused it? Often it’s from frustration or a miscommunication.  Now that you are in the zone, it is time to dig deeper into the issue of what to do about toddler tantrums. Frustrations are part of everyday life. Both adults and children […]

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12 October

Homeschool education has turned into a rising global trend. The switch from formalized academics to more personal and non-traditional experience is not surprising. The change is headed towards a well-reasoned and rationale learning system that promotes an inclusive approach to learning, adjusting to every child’s concerns, and building stronger familial bonds. But where does speech […]

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09 October

Talking about the weather is a great way to introduce new language for children – after all, what’s more exciting to talk about than putting on rubber boots and jumping in muddy puddles?! Here are 5 fun ways that you can start talking about the weather with your children. 1.   Talk about the weather every […]

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09 October

Parenting a late talker can be stressful, tiring, and have you questioning what you’re doing wrong. But don’t worry! Know that speech delay is common in children and doesn’t necessarily have to be a cause for concern. In this article, we’ll cover everything you need to know about parenting a late talker – including lots […]

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20 August

Watching your child’s language skills grow is one of the many joys of parenting. It’s so exciting to see the new phrases and words they learn. Being able to verbally communicate opens a new chapter for you and your child. Maybe you have noticed that your child isn’t speaking as much as their peers, or […]

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29 July

Among the many milestones parents track for their children is speech and language development. What’s “normal” speech development? When should you worry about a speech delay? What do you do if your child’s speech isn’t “on track” according to the speech development charts out there? First of all, try not to stress yourself out too much […]

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27 July

What is childhood apraxia of speech? Speech is normally a cohesive process that starts with a thought and results in a sound or series of sounds that we know as words. In order for these words to form, the brain sends signals to the muscles of the tongue, lips, face, and soft palate. Sometimes as […]

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24 July

Speech therapy is the practice of evaluating and treating speech and communication disorders. Based upon the type of disorder, a speech-language pathologist (SLP, also referred to as a speech therapist) will develop a treatment plan using different methods and techniques to improve the client’s communication. Children often need speech therapy to correct speech disorders or […]

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24 July

As a parent, you probably already know that reading aloud to children is a great activity to connect with them. After all, you are allowing your kid’s imagination to fly. But there’s more to it. Reading aloud to your children is crucial to build and develop your children’s literacy skills. One of the main problems […]

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