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Developmental Milestones

Learn about your baby and toddler developmental milestones! Check if you are on track, when to worry, and how to work on skills like language, potty training, and feeding!

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What Does ‘Cognition’ Mean and Why Is It Important?

Cognition consists of the mental activities involved in how your child comprehends and receives information presented to them in their environment. It’s all about acquiring knowledge and…

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7 Ways to Improve Your Child’s Speech Development

What if your child does not reach the average language milestone? After parents get over the initial concern, one of the first steps is to…

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Invitation: ‘Toddler Talk’ Class with a Speech Therapist

Discover how to use and integrate the highly-rated Speech Blubs learning app in your speech practice! Toddler Talk is prepared in collaboration with Mommy Mingle….

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Speech Development Tips for Twins with Speech Delay

However, it seems that this speech is actually the twins imitating each other’s immature language abilities. “Twin language,” often called ‘idioglossia’ or ‘autonomous language,’ is…

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5 Tips to Help Your Child Develop Conversation Skills

Children learn to speak in the first two years of life. Long before pronouncing their first word, babies learn the rules of language and how…

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How Long Does it Take for a Late Talker to Start Talking?

I wish I could tell you a specific time frame, but I just cannot. Every child develops at his/her own rate of speed and there…

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Fine Motor Development in Toddlers

Your child will progress from opening and closing their hand to writing their name with a pencil in preschool. But how do children develop fine…

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Potty Training for Late Talkers

Children learning to use the bathroom also learn the vocabulary associated with potty training. If your toddler has a speech delay, they may not be able…

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When Do Babies Start Walking and Talking

If you have children and have done your research, you know MOST children take their first steps somewhere between 10 and 12 months. It’s our…

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Language Acquisition Stages in Children

Psychologists describe language acquisition as something that is heavily and mostly dependent on nurture and environment. In other words, children learn first words and more…

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My son was diagnosed with bilateral hearing loss in both ears last year, and after his surgery, Speech Blubs is the best app to get him on track with kids his age.

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Help Your Child Combine Words to Make Sentences

In order for this communication to develop, your child needs to be able to say individual words to build up their vocabulary. It’s only once…

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Lack of Imitation Learning - When to Worry

Language development varies greatly among children, and their passage through the stages of speech development can be very different. I can tell you that I…

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The 1st Year of Life: Mental and Physical Development

This is why children go through fussy periods, or “leaps,” in their first year and a half of life. For more information on mental and…

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How to Deal with Picky Eaters and Food Aversions

What follows is a basic overview of how to deal with food aversion and picky eaters. If your child has issues with eating, I highly…

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What is The Best Way to Play with a 6, 12, and 24-Month-Old Child?

6-Month-Old: You are Their Favorite Toy The best way to play with a 6-month-old is by getting down on their level. Make animal noises, do…

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Lack of Sleep: Is it Bad for My Child’s Speech Development?

Every parent worries about how much sleep their kids should get. The day-to-day issues of dealing with children and a lack of sleep become really…

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