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Speech Therapy

From your first worry to your first appointment, and your last speech therapy session – find the information you need to help your child thrive and gain necessary speech skills.

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Blub Talks: How To Teach Speech for Toddlers with Kjirsten Broughton, M.S. CCC-SLP

Kjirsten works at her own private practice, and is an expert is speech therapy for toddlers. She is also a certified Hanen provider and trained…

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FAQs about Online Speech Therapy for Kids

This article looks at the reasons for online speech therapy, its benefits, and the cost by answering online speech therapy’s frequently asked questions. The article’s…

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Common Techniques Used by Speech Therapists

In this reading, you will get to see some of the common techniques used by speech therapists and hopefully, you can use some of them…

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Current Challenges for Speech Therapists in Telepractice

As a teacher, I’ve seen the magic that speech therapists do. They garner and utilize the forces of science, child development, parental concern, and the…

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How to Do Speech Therapy at Home

Whether your child is waiting to get services or attending regular speech therapy appointments, speech therapy at home is an essential part of a child’s…

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When Should I Worry about My Child’s Speech?

Children’s speech should be about 75% intelligible by the time they are three-years-old.  This means that you, and more importantly unfamiliar listeners, should understand almost…

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Mommy Mingle & Speech Blubs’ ‘Toddler Talk’ Class for Parents

Speech Blubs and Mommy Mingle joined forces to give a helpful training class focusing on several speech and language topics including healthy screen time, the…

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SLP WEBINAR: El Paso SLPs Meet Rachel Madel, M.A., CCC-SLP

The effects of the current pandemic have been both challenging and long-reaching. The same applies to the current situation with kids with speech and language…

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How Speech Therapists Use Mr. Potato Head

Many speech therapists incorporate the use of toys into their speech therapy. One of their favorites is using Mr. Potato Head during their therapy sessions….

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Speech Blubs Review: “Engaging & Effective Practice”

“How does this app even work? Is it good for my child?” We say yes! Don’t take our word for it, listen to happy mom…

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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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Speech Blubs 2 - A New Design and Even More Effective!

We’re launching Speech Blubs 2, an update of the #1 speech therapy app! This new version includes an engaging new design, more face filters, and…

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How to Prepare Your Kids for Remote Speech Therapy

In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, the world has gone online in a whole new way. International lockdowns and social distancing rules have changed…

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Tips to Improve Communication with a Child Wearing a Mask

Typically, wearing a mask in October is not an uncommon thing. Who doesn’t love to see kids running around in their favorite Halloween mask accessory?…

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The Launch of the Video Series ‘Blub Talks’!

Speech Blubs’ first episode of the ‘Blub Talks’ podcast with Jaka Z. featured special guest and Speech Blubs’ Chief Technical Officer and co-founder Dal R….

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An Introduction to Art Therapy for Children

One of the biggest forms of therapy integrated into multiple learning modalities is art therapy. According to ArtTherapy.org, art therapy is an integrative mental health…

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How to be a Special Needs Advocate for Your Child

There is a fine line between being a parent and being an advocate. At least that’s what I’ve learned in my parenting journey. When I…