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Suffolk Center for Speech

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The Trouble with Transitions

Many children experience difficulty transitioning between activities, places, and objects of attention. When a child is asked to stop one thing and begin another, it is not uncommon for problematic..

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Parents’ Guide to Getting Started with an AAC Device

  Your child was just given a new AAC device, now what? One of the hardest parts about beginning to use an AAC device with children, is knowing what to..

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What is Social Communication?

Social communication, also known as pragmatic skills are the way in which children use language within social situations. Social communication is made up of three important aspects including: The ability..

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How to Build a Language Rich Environment For Your Baby!

As a parent one of the biggest questions of your baby's first year will be, “What will his first words be?” You will probably hear that first word around the..

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When is a Child Too Old for a Pacifier?

As infants, babies have a natural tendency to suck on their thumbs and fingers while they are in the womb! Finger sucking is a way to explore their environment, make the..

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