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Suffolk Center for Speech

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Back to school language activity

An AT HOME language activity to get your child ready for school! Language is made up of socially shared rules that include the following: • What words mean (e.g., "star"..

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Practical Carryover Assignments

Turning everyday activities into speech and language opportunities is both functional and effective. Activities of daily living present the most natural setting to learn/practice speech and language goals that will..

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Sensory Processing Disorders

A person with a sensory processing disorder may be unable to respond “appropriately” to ordinary experiences. This disorder makes it difficult to integrate information from the five senses (sight, hearing,..

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Dealing with Defiance

When working with children who exhibit defiant behaviors, it can be hard to sustain an environment conducive for learning. Some children exhibit defiance to seek attention and express frustration towards..

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The Importance of Reading for Early Language Development and Expressive Speech

Exposing children to early developing speech sounds is a great way to encourage a child to pronounce those sounds correctly. Before a child can even read, parents can introduce “story..

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