Speech Therapy2023-06-12T06:54:48+00:00

Raising Articulate Kids

By |September 11, 2019|Categories: Speech Therapy, Uncategorized|

BRAG ALERT!  On the way home from school recently my oldest son was telling me about his day. He was describing a situation with one of the teachers at his school and said: "She's different than all of the other [...]

Intentional Pauses

By |September 5, 2019|Categories: Speech Therapy, Uncategorized|

The book Hamlet’sBlackberry: A practical philosophy for building a good life in the digital age by William Powers is an all-time favorite of mine. Even though no one has Blackberry phones anymore the information in the book still applies! It's all [...]

Create Your Own Speech Therapy Book

By |March 21, 2016|Categories: Babies & Toddlers, Creativity, Hearing Loss, Schooling, Special Needs, Speech Therapy|Tags: , , , , , , , |

When SJ was first diagnosed with hearing loss I was encouraged to create an experience book. Books are a great resource for speech delays anyway, but a book that has pictures and experiences that your child can directly identify with [...]

Summer School

By |June 19, 2015|Categories: Speech Therapy, Uncategorized|

I have been blown away by SJ's recent progress with speech. This time a year ago these were the new phrases she said Daddy has keys I want chocolate milk Snack for later These short sentences were huge breakthroughs for [...]

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