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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 Sleep: Is it Bad for My Child’s Speech Development?

Every parent worries about how much sleep their kids should get. The day-to-day issues of dealing with children and a lack of sleep become really…

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5 Myths about Down Syndrome

Since about 1 in 700 babies are born with Down syndrome, or trisomy 21, we don’t necessarily know a family with a child with the…

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I’m Dyslexic and My Preschooler Wants to Read: What Next?

For parents who have had challenges related to reading for most of their lives, reading and teaching one’s child how to read can be a…

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Articulation Therapy: The “SH” Sound

The physical production of /sh/ sound articulation can lead to kids making speech errors. The easiest way to test if your child can produce /sh/…

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How To Curb Bad Language in Children

I’ll never forget the first time we heard our daughter swear. We were on our way home from The Bronx Zoo with my sister-in-law and…

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Help Your Child Learn the Concept of Time

With the recent current events and everything changing in our lives, I am motivated to change that and I figured there may be more parents…

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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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How To Prepare for an IFSP Meeting

First things first, whether it’s an IEP or IFSP meeting, the questions you have will be very similar, but may change as your child ages…

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Improve Your Child’s Early Literacy Skills

Improving literacy skills does not mean giving your three-year-old assignments to work on, but simple actions can help. The best-known working method is reading stories…

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Epilepsy and Language Development

One disorder that has been looked at quite significantly is epilepsy. Throughout studies, it has been determined that epilepsy does affect speech and language, but…

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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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Is There a Connection Between Speech Delays and Chemicals?

Don’t be alarmed – cleaning your house on a regular basis will NOT cause speech and language delays. When they first started the study, mothers…

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Autism and Food Aversions: 5 Tips for Introducing New Food

While a picky eater may not like broccoli, children with autism develop food aversions that go beyond picky eating. Scientific studies have found children within…

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Articulation Therapy: The Wondrous “W” Sound

To make a /w/ sound, form a tight circle with puckered lips brought out and away from your face. With your lips in this position,…

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Articulation Therapy: The “H” Sound

In fact, those who do generally have hearing impairment or velo-pharyngeal incompetence (caused by a cleft palate). If your child does have difficulty with this…

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How to Teach the Alphabet to Preschoolers

Many parents aren’t sure how to teach children the alphabet. When teaching the alphabet, it’s always good to start with “name letters.” This means if…

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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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