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Articulation disorders

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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L Sound Articulation Therapy: A Guide for Parents

Due to the fact that /l/ is so difficult, it usually gets omitted (deleted) or substituted for another sound like /w/ or /y/. Luckily, there are…

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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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Articulation Therapy: The Mighty M Sound

“Ma, ma, ma, ma” is one of the first sound/syllable combinations that occur with kids because it’s made by bringing the lips together – one…

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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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When Should I Worry about Stuttering in Young Children?

Toddler stuttering usually includes these common errors: Repetition of certain sounds, syllables, or words; Prolonging sounds; Stopping mid-sound – they stop talking at random moments…

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An Explanation of Language Processing Disorder (LPD)

I just went to a fabulous workshop by Audiologist Suzanne Foley, who discussed the differences between the following: language processing disorder, auditory processing disorder, and…

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Auditory Processing Disorder

According to Geffner and Kessler’s overview, Auditory Processing Disorder (APD) refers to “what the brain does with what the ears hear.” One example is, there…

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Can Children on the Autism Spectrum have Apraxia of Speech?

So first things first, your child can be diagnosed with Autism AND have apraxia of speech at the same time. Can both disorders happen independently…

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How Common Is Speech Delay in Toddlers?

Their language abilities may be developing at a slower rate than most children’s. They may have trouble expressing themselves or understanding others. Their delay may…

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

What is Einstein Syndrome? Einstein syndrome is the state in which a child exhibits a speech delay, but also demonstrates outstanding analytical skills and memory…

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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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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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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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I Am a Boy Who Can’t Say His Name

I am a boy who can’t say his nameBut that doesn’t mean I can’t be part of your gamesI love to play tag, chase, and…

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