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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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A Comparison of Articulation and Phonological Processing

Often, when we talk about typical development in speech, the conversation is influenced by articulation and phonological awareness. So, it’s important to realize that there…

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All about Stimming in Kids with Autism

Stimming is one diagnostic criterion for a child undergoing testing to see if they have Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).  Stimming isn’t necessarily a bad thing…

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Articulation Therapy: The Mighty M Sound

“Ma, ma, ma, ma” is one of the first sound/syllable combinations that occur with kids because it’s made by bringing the lips together – one…

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How to Foster an Early Love of Reading

If you start a routine of reading to your child, you provide health and development benefits that last a lifetime!  To help create a love…

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What is the Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS)?

The picture exchange communication system, known as PECS allows a person to still communicate without the use of words.  Essentially, it gives a “voice” to…

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21 Kids Activities to Encourage Speech Development

Have you ever noticed your baby cries differently for different needs? Different cries are baby’s way of communicating with you! But how do a baby’s…

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Rhymes and Their Benefits for Speech

One of my favorite children’s authors, Dr. Seuss wrote, “The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn,…

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25 Speech and Language Terms Every Parent Should Know

Whether we are speaking to teachers, health visitors, or speech therapists, there is a lot of new information for any parent to digest and understand. So,…

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25 Language-boosting Toddler Games with a Balloon

First of all, the Speech Bulbs App is one option to consider for toddler language games that is a simple and cost effective place to start. Another…

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Music Supports Children’s Brain Development

Seeing your child sway to the rhythm of music is probably one of the most fulfilling moments of your life. From watching their little hands…

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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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Should Parents Work on Their Child’s Speech Goals at Home?

In short: Parents should work on speech therapy skills daily with their children. It doesn’t mean you have to sit down as soon as you get home and…

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Will Quitting TV Shows Help My Child Talk?

Research shows conflicting reports on whether or not screen time impacts speech and language, but numbers are leaning towards, yes. However, please note that children…

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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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Games for Learning Colors - 5 Fun Kids Activities

Children learn best with help from their parents. The more time you spend teaching them, the more interested they will be in learning. If your…

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25 Kids Games with a Teddy Bear to Develop Language

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

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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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