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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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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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The 1st Year of Life: Mental and Physical Development

This is why children go through fussy periods, or “leaps,” in their first year and a half of life. For more information on mental and…

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Speech Therapy and Frenectomies

First things first, a lot of people might not be aware of what a frenectomy entails. Frenectomy is a simple oral surgical procedure that eliminates…

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Is Your Child A Sensory Seeker Or Avoider?

Sensory Avoider (hypersensitive) A sensory avoiding child who struggles with processing environmental stimuli will become overwhelmed.  This results in the child being overly sensitive to…

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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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How to Deal with Picky Eaters and Food Aversions

What follows is a basic overview of how to deal with food aversion and picky eaters. If your child has issues with eating, I highly…

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Customize A Picture Exchange Communication System For Your Child

But every child is different.  To make PECS (Picture Exchange Communication System) work for your child, it needs to be customized.  Now that I’m starting…

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Raising a Bilingual Child

Just because a child is being raised in a bilingual home, does not mean they will develop a speech and language delay. I get a…

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“N” Sound Articulation Therapy: The Nice N

The sounds /m/ and /n/ are both voiced sounds. This means they require movement of the vocal cords (our voice box that is situated in…

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The Importance of Drawing in Your Child's Development

Many parents ask us about the development of drawing skills. When to start teaching drawing? What are the stages of drawing development? Can drawing be…

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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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Articulation Therapy: The “S” Sound

An articulation disorder or speech sound disorder is when a child has problems making speech sounds properly. One typical articulation error kids make is the…

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Bilingual Therapy and How Speech Blubs Can Help

Being a Speech Therapist in South Africa, I’ve had to overcome many challenges when providing therapy to almost every child I’ve seen. South Africa has…

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What is The Best Way to Play with a 6, 12, and 24-Month-Old Child?

6-Month-Old: You are Their Favorite Toy The best way to play with a 6-month-old is by getting down on their level. Make animal noises, do…

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10 Kids’ Indoor Activities That Burn Extra Energy

Fun indoor activities for children are necessary to keep them entertained and supply a mental break from schoolwork.  During this pandemic, kids’ activity ideas need…

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What is Attention Deficit Disorder?

Children diagnosed with Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) may also start showing signs of reading and academic problems once they enter kindergarten.  I have a great…

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Household Activities as Speech Therapy: Fruit Salad

At-home speech therapy activities? What does this mean exactly? When can you do it at home, and what activities are best? Does cooking with children count?…

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