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Speech Disorders

We help kids speak no matter their speech challenges! Speech therapists advise parents about late talkers, speech delay, stuttering, apraxia, articulation, and other speech impediments.

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Selective Mutism vs. Shyness

Your three-year-old is your pride and joy. Their smile just brightens your day and they are everything you could have ever wanted. They love to…

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I Am a Boy Who Can’t Say His Name

Please take the time to read this stunningly clear prose about a mother’s experience with her son, who has Apraxia (also known as Verbal Apraxia,…

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Selective Mutism: An Introduction for Parents

Is selective mutism a speech or language disorder? Moreover, is it a real condition? I’m sure these are just some of the questions you have…

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The Journey to Advocacy and Finding Charlie’s Voice

Speech Blubs is proud to present the powerful story of a mom navigating child services in Ireland to become an advocate for her son, finding…

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Einstein Syndrome: How to Recognize It, and What to Do

Often, parents become anxious when it comes to their child not meeting the appropriate developmental milestones for language. However, a language delay does not always…

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Carlo's Story : Apraxia of Speech and Speech Blubs App

What is Apraxia of Speech? In a very simplified definition, Apraxia of Speech is a neurological speech disorder that causes great difficulty in “planning and…

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Speech Delay in Toddlers: An All-in-One Guide for Parents

Welcome to our series of “All-in-One” guides connecting blog writers around an important topic that is explored in-depth on our blog page. The subject of…

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Articulation Therapy: An All-in-One Guide for Parents

Experts consider this a “speech sound disorder” in the motoric production of speech sounds. The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) reports that “Articulation approaches target each…

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Help Children Who Stutter Overcome Bullying

My typical caseload consists of students who have cognitive issues, auditory or language processing disorders, Autism, Attention Deficit Disorder and stuttering. Up until two years…

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Speech Therapy and Frenectomies

First things first, a lot of people might not be aware of what a frenectomy entails. Frenectomy is a simple oral surgical procedure that eliminates…

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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.

- By Nola and Kory

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“N” Sound Articulation Therapy: The Nice N

The sounds /m/ and /n/ are both voiced sounds. This means they require movement of the vocal cords (our voice box that is situated in…

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Articulation Therapy: The “S” Sound

An articulation disorder or speech sound disorder is when a child has problems making speech sounds properly. One typical articulation error kids make is the…

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Articulation Therapy: The “SH” Sound

The physical production of /sh/ sound articulation can lead to kids making speech errors. The easiest way to test if your child can produce /sh/…

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Is There a Connection Between Speech Delays and Chemicals?

Don’t be alarmed – cleaning your house on a regular basis will NOT cause speech and language delays. When they first started the study, mothers…

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Articulation Therapy: The Wondrous “W” Sound

To make a /w/ sound, form a tight circle with puckered lips brought out and away from your face. With your lips in this position,…

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Articulation Therapy: The “H” Sound

In fact, those who do generally have hearing impairment or velo-pharyngeal incompetence (caused by a cleft palate). If your child does have difficulty with this…