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Ho Ho Ho! Fun Holiday Gifts for Speech, Language & Coordination Skills

It’s the holiday season!  Although many children might have tablets or video games on the top of their lists, it is a great time to look for fun games and activities to do! These activities should not involve a screen and actually promote children’s speech,…

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20 minutes can go a long way!

Reading with your children just 20 minutes a day will have a significant impact your child’s language development. To learn more and some interesting statistics click here.

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Yoga and Kids: What Are The Benefits?

You might have wondered why your first grader is coming home and saying that the class did yoga during gym.  Yoga is becoming more common in school and in after-school programs, and there is good reason.  A growing body of research has already shown that…

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Decoding Dyslexia: October is National Dyslexia Month

This month is National Dyslexia Month! I wanted to help spread awareness and share some important facts about this neurological condition that affects 1 out of 5 children. When most people think about dyslexia, they thing about struggles with reading.  However, dyslexia can also affect…

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Ready, Set, READ!

Understanding the Link Between Speech, Language and Multi-Sensory Reading & Writing Programs Did you know that children who require speech therapy are at a higher risk for reading problems later on in life?  Developing strong phonological awareness skills in children with speech delays proves helpful…

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A True Connection: Speech and Occupational Therapy

It is not uncommon for a speech therapist to recommend Occupational Therapy for certain children. Although speech therapists are working on a child’s ability to communicate effectively, they are also looking at the overall development of the particular child. Often, other aspects of development impact…

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