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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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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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Living a Student Mom's Life: How to Stay Happy (and Sane)

Sure, motherhood is tough. No number of books, magazines, and support groups can prepare you for that to the fullest. And if you decided to…

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How Anxiety Affects Speech in Children

For many, the idea of a child having anxiety seems almost impossible. And yet, studies tell us it is one of the most common forms…

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How to Talk to Kids about Death

Deciding to talk to your kids about difficult topics is a courageous step. Apparently, not a lot of parents volunteer to do that. The list…

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Parents, Here’s How to Not Get Burned Out This Summer

This is the case every summer, but in 2021, there have been even fewer breaks to recharge. Parental burnout is real, and the overwhelming exhaustion…

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How to Talk to Kids About Coronavirus

Children may also start asking questions about the pandemic and may exhibit emotional responses to the virus. Parents, school officials, family members, and even other…

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How Can We Improve Our Communication with Children?

If you are like me, communication with children can be extremely frustrating. Endless questions, unfollowed instructions, the blank look on their faces when we remind…

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Separation Anxiety - What To Do?!

Ahh, yes . . . separation anxiety. Although it’s normal and something every child (and parent) goes through, it doesn’t make it any easier to…

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How to Teach Kids about Health Literacy

But what you may not know is that literacy and numeracy play a large role in a child receiving education about their health. These two…

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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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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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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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How to Survive in Isolation Stress-free

In our efforts to limit the spread of the Coronavirus, we are forced to spend a lot of time in isolation. Since many of you…

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Behaviors in a Child with a Communication Disorder

First of all, I can totally empathize with you from a mother’s perspective. My son, Nicholas, is almost 8-months-old and when he doesn’t get what…

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12 Ways to Deal with a Toddler Tantrum

To understand tantrums better, read our Temper Tantrum Guide. Sometimes living with a toddler can feel like walking amongst a landmine – you never know…

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10 Things Not to do When Your Toddler is Having a Tantrum

If you’ve ever reacted inappropriately to a toddler tantrum, don’t be too hard on yourself. Tantrums can be stressful and we are humans, bound to…

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Temper Tantrums vs. Meltdowns: Spot the Difference

Learning the differences between the tantrums and meltdowns can help you to better understand why your child is having them and how to deal with…

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