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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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Potty Training for Late Talkers

Children learning to use the bathroom also learn the vocabulary associated with potty training. If your toddler has a speech delay, they may not be able…

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Speech Therapy at Home: Keep Your Child Progressing!

One such scheduled kid activity could be your little one’s weekly therapy session with the speech-language pathologist (SLP). How frustrating! Just when you’re seeing real…

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Rainy Day? Try 5 Indoor Learning Activities for Your Kids

Outdoor activities not only help children establish a healthy physical routine, but has positive impacts on their brain development as well as mental health. It…

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A Parent's Guide to Articulation Errors. Case Example: Lisp

Here at Speech Blubs, we know that it’s important for you, as a parent, to be able to recognize when your child has an articulation…

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The Dreaded Waitlist for Speech Therapy

The first thing I want to address with this question is the stuttering question. All children go through a normal period of stuttering from about…

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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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8 Weeks of School Closure: Tips for Learning at Home

Kids’ games for learning language can be made up with things that you already have at home. If you want to make a start without…

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When Do Babies Start Walking and Talking

If you have children and have done your research, you know MOST children take their first steps somewhere between 10 and 12 months. It’s our…

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How to Engage Kids in Learning

I’m going to split this blog into two sections; tips for professionals and tips for parents. If you have any other specific questions that I…

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What to Expect at an Occupational Therapy Evaluation

An occupational therapy evaluation determines whether a child would benefit from therapy and to create a custom therapy plan.  A custom therapy plan requires providing an occupational therapist…

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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.

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Sensory Processing Disorder -- How to Help With Sensory Overload?

What Is Sensory Processing Disorder? Sensory processing occurs when the nervous system receives messages from the senses and reacts to those messages. Although a child…

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Staying at Home and Developing Spoken Language

As a therapist, I am constantly saying that “therapy is a daily, parent-led, home-placed task”… and therefore the current climate provides an opportunity to try something new…

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7 Tips for Working at Home with Kids during the Coronavirus

As the world is forced into lockdown due to the Coronavirus pandemic, many parents are working from home.  But work-at-home parents face many challenges and…

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7 Steps of Articulation Therapy

If your child has a speech problem, you probably don’t wonder about the specific mechanics of their speech sounds. There’s a lot that goes into…

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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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Language Acquisition Stages in Children

Psychologists describe language acquisition as something that is heavily and mostly dependent on nurture and environment. In other words, children learn first words and more…

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