#2 Reading with your Child
Reading with your child is very important to allow your child to become comfortable with becoming a successful reader, as well as help elicit and increase speech and language. When..
#3 Picky Eaters vs. Problem Feeders
Sometimes it is difficult to tell “Is my child a picky eater or a problem feeder?” Here are some characteristics of both: Picky Eaters: Decreased range or variety of foods..
#4 Working on Social Skills:
Social skills is a very import piece of communication. Social skills can often be worked on in the therapy room, but can be difficult to carryover at home. Attached is..
#5 Does Your child have a raspy/hoarse voice? Vocal Hygiene is Key!
Some children may experience a raspy/hoarse voice. Some causes can be noisy environments they child may feel the need to yell, scream, some children may talk excessively, some children may..
3 Ways to Winter Themes in Speech Therapy
December 2nd - Great ideas for Parents, SLPs, and teachers to incorporate a winter theme to increase speech and language at home for the winter! https://www.speechbuddy.com/blog/speech-therapy-techniques/3-ways-to-winter-themes-in-speech-therapy/