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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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Your Non-verbal Child: How to Set Communication Goals

Having a non-verbal child isn’t easy. Even knowing what a child’s communication development stages are is a lot of work. Not to mention learning to…

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Typical Speech Development: Vocabulary Milestones by Months

One of these words is “semantics,” which is merely technical jargon for “vocabulary.” But, what exactly is vocabulary?  Vocabulary refers to the set of words…

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Toddler Tantrums - A Speech Therapist’s Advice

There are many kinds of tantrums, including crying, flopping on the floor, pouting, yelling, and even hitting or biting. But why do they happen and…

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“Baby Talk,” Helpful or a Hindrance?

The reason for this debate, and all the ongoing research, is that speech and language are crucial skills that children begin to learn from infancy….

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How to Keep Track of Your Child’s Language Progress

This is a great question because it’s something that I know most parents are thinking about as soon as their child starts speaking. We know…

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Leaps and Regressions - First 18 Months of Life

After having two kids, one of which had no signs of sleep regression and one who clearly has restless sleep during certain periods, I can…

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Sensory Play Activities for Babies 0-18 Months

Sensory play for babies and toddlers is an important part of the interactions parents bring to their children. Engaging their senses is the beginning of…

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How Fathers Influence Language Development of Their Children

What happens to those families where there isn’t a mom? Where there are two dads? Does that have an impact on a child’s speech and…

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Lack of Imitation Learning - When to Worry

Language development varies greatly among children, and their passage through the stages of speech development can be very different. I can tell you that I…

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Turn Household Activities into Speech Therapy: Bathtime

Everyday household tasks or chores can become productive therapy opportunities if you know how to utilize them. For this blog post, I’m going to show…

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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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How to Foster an Early Love of Reading

If you start a routine of reading to your child, you provide health and development benefits that last a lifetime!  To help create a love…

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Music Supports Children’s Brain Development

Seeing your child sway to the rhythm of music is probably one of the most fulfilling moments of your life. From watching their little hands…

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Kids and Screens: Screen Time Can Be Shared Time

Each parent will make their own choices about the media their child uses, however, there are ways to take the best of both worlds and…

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11 Ways to Support Language during Your Family Meals

Family meals and gatherings are a great opportunity to model the use of language to babies and toddlers. Get the whole family involved and have…

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Infants and Learning through Listening

Listening is an important skill that requires a child to hear a message, understand it, and then act accordingly. Young children who have listening difficulties…

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Why Kids Enjoy Animal Sounds so Much?

If you have ever watched a baby’s reaction to animal sounds like these, they will often react with a smile or a laugh. But, have…

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