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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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Is There a Link Between Antidepressants and Speech Delay?

My first thought when I read this was, “wow, that’s a really good question.” I have several friends who had hyperemesis gravidarum (pregnancy complication that…

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What are the Reasons for Speech Delay?

In general, a child has a speech delay if the child’s speech development isn’t developing at an expected rate. Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital posted:…

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How to Know If My Child Is a Late Bloomer or Late Talker?

All children go through the same stages as their speech and language develops. However, it’s hard to know exactly when your child will get to…

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If My Child Has a Speech Delay Do They Have Autism?

Any professional who examines your child will know the difference between autism and speech delay, and won’t just give a diagnosis to give a diagnosis….

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Signs Your Child Is a Late Talker

There are several developmental norms that are looked at with regard to speech and language development. These milestones should be discussed by your child’s pediatrician…

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6 Types of Speech Impediments

A speech impediment relates to the way an individual produces or articulates specific sounds. One example of this is stuttering. Under the umbrella of a…

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What Is Apraxia of Speech and How Is It Diagnosed?

CAS may occur as a result of a known neurological impairment, in association with complex neurobehavioral disorders of known and unknown origin, or as an…

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7 Steps of Articulation Therapy

If your child has a speech problem, you probably don’t wonder about the specific mechanics of their speech sounds. There’s a lot that goes into…

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3 Types of Phonological Processes and Disorders

After receiving articulation therapy, is your child still very difficult to understand? Does their speech sound like mumbling or disjointed? If so, your child may…

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Hearing Loss and Speech Development Delay

Hearing successfully leads to speech and language development, communication, and learning. Children who have been diagnosed with a hearing loss, of any severity, my display…

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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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Toddler Stutter - 7 Things Nobody Tells You

Disfluency, also called stuttering, involves abnormal: Hesitations – will pause awkwardly between words Repetitions – will repeat sounds or words in a sentence (e.g., “I…

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R Sound Articulation Therapy: A Guide for Parents

This article focuses on the R consonant sound and how your child can use our app to practice saying it correctly. Download the app and…

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A Parent's Guide to Articulation Errors. Case Example: Lisp

Here at Speech Blubs, we know that it’s important for you, as a parent, to be able to recognize when your child has an articulation…

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Does My Child Have a Speech Delay?

A speech delay occurs when your child’s speech develops in the correct sequence, but at a slower pace than their peers. The Speech Blubs app…