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Best resources for speech therapy at home! We cover parenting tips & speech and language development to bring you all you need to know to keep your child thriving.

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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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Do Kids from Bilingual Families Start Talking Later?

Bilingual families are not so uncommon these days, and many parents reach out to us with a similar question: “My child is learning two different…

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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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Autism Spectrum Disorder: Therapy Principles & Goals

First things first, don’t panic! Each child diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is unique, and so speech therapists tailor all therapy techniques and goals…

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How is Autism Spectrum Disorder Diagnosed?

This blog outlines the steps for how to determine if your child is diagnosed for Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), and what the typical evaluation is…

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4 Parenting Styles Guaranteed to Make Your Child Successful

The four types of parenting styles explored in this blog are: authoritarian, authoritative, permissive, and uninvolved. Child development and child outcomes are usually directly related…

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Signs of Autism Spectrum Disorder

Parents, caregivers, and teachers need to know the signs of autism in children who have been diagnosed as being on the spectrum. As with any…

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10 Christmas Speech Therapy Games for Easy Seasonal Practice

For parents, too, this run-up to the Christmas holidays is a crazy busy time. There are getting kids ready to finish terms, calendar year-end testing,…

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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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5 Strategies to Help Your Child’s Reading Development

Before giving you some background on how important reading is to your child’s development and why you should be reading on a nightly basis, I…

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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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December Activities for Kids to Boost Speech Development

Look no further! Here are some fun December activity ideas that you can do with your child in your own home during the holidays that…

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Early Literacy Skills and How to Encourage Them

Literacy is so much more than just being able to read and write; it’s about understanding, listening, speaking, spelling, and vocabulary. If a child is…

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Good Parenting Makes Creative Children

Whether you’re a permissive parent or an authoritarian parent, child behavior can be confusing. I present creative ideas for kids that are perfect indoor activities…

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5 Ways to Teach Toddlers and Preschoolers Patience

Still, it can be difficult for a very young child to learn patience, especially since they don’t yet understand the importance of being patient –…

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Overcoming Speech and Language Problems at Halloween

Many parents are alarmed when they notice that other children have more developed speech than their kids. Fortunately, this is not as significant a problem…

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Creating Milestones for Kids: Turning Goals into Magic

The first steps toward achievement are the most difficult. Where to go, how to go, and when to go are just some of the questions…

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