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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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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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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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Involve Your Family in Your Child’s Speech Development

Speech therapy is never done inside a vacuum. Besides contacting a speech and language pathologist (SLP), it takes a village to help your child through…

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6 Potty Training Methods: Which One is Best?

Many parents have two goals when choosing a potty training method for their child: Fewest tantrums as possible Potty train him/her as quickly as possible…

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6 Stages of Play in Kids (and Play Ideas for Each Stage)

Jump to the second part of the blog, if you are searching for some practical advice, how to plan your toddler activities according to their…

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Perceptual, Motor, and Physical Development

Children’s development is broken down into four types: fine motor, gross motor, perception, and health, safety, and nutrition. Speech Blubs App for Speech and Language…

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Child Brain Development: Early Childhood

Even though the brain develops until it’s 25-years-old, most of its development occurs before the age of six. But, what are the brain’s development stages,…

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Preschoolers with Older Siblings Develop Speech Slower. Why?

Studies on siblings and language development show that children from large families develop communication skills more slowly because of less attention from parents.  However, more…

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Pacifiers: The Pros and Cons

In This Article What is a Pacifier? What are the Pros of Using a Pacifier? What are the Cons of Using a Pacifier?  Pacifiers and…

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What are Common 2-Year-Old Milestones?

At the age of two, your child has already made significant developmental progress! But children must continue to progress and grow emotionally, socially, cognitively, and…

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Is Your Toddler’s Attention Span Typical?

To be even more inclusive, the attention spans of neurotypical children can be much different than kids with ADHD or those on the Autism spectrum….

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Introducing Solid Foods to Your Baby

As a speech pathologist, I am keenly aware of how my kids accepted food into their mouths, chewed and then swallowed. I was looking for…

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Older Brothers and Language Development

However, several studies have shown the opposite might be true. A child with an older sibling acquires language more slowly than a child who has…

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Colic in Babies: Personal Experience and Coping Tips

I remember being around a young mom who’s son is about 6 months younger than my daughter. Her son had colic and was just miserable…

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