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Receptive language disorders
Broadly speaking, children have an impressive ability to learn and synthesize speech by doing little other than listening. So when
Finishing speech Therapy
Watching your child apply themselves to speech therapy can be a true joy. Maybe you watch as trouble articulating the
Speech therapy for autistic children
As a parent, it can be scary when your child isn’t reaching expected speech and communication milestones. Perhaps your daughter
social communication pragmatic disorder
Interpersonal communication is governed by a wide range of unwritten, unspoken rules encompassing both verbal and non verbal cues. The
Difficult sounds for children
Speech skills don’t always develop at a uniform pace. As children absorb, emulate, and learn speech, they master some sounds
speech articulation disorder
Articulation refers to the way people produce speech sounds to make words to communicate. Occasionally, as kids learn to talk,
expressive language disorders
Does your school-age child regularly mix up past, present, and future tenses when speaking or writing? Does your three-year-old still
manage kids? daily needs
The Coronavirus pandemic has dramatically altered family life for most people. Schools are closed, many parents are working remotely, and
Eight year old milestones
Your child is now officially ?school-age.? Some experts call the 5 to 8-year age range ?middle childhood.? They are becoming
Five year old milestones
Your child is now preschool-age and is maturing into an independent little person. Their physical, emotional, social, and psychological competencies