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From learning new crafts to playing with other children to coloring and painting, preschool can seem like a lot of
nutrition children autism
It’s not uncommon for parents of children with autism to have questions about diet and nutrition. In part, that’s because
communication in children with autism
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) impacts 1 in every 54 children throughout
Tongue Tie and Speech Therapy
Tongue tie, also known as ankyloglossia, is a condition in which the bottom of the tongue is tethered to the
Constant Cluster Reduction
So much of our spontaneous speech is filled with consonant clusters. The word “spaghetti,” for example, has a consonant cluster
Pediatric feeding and swallowing disorders
As natural as it may feel when you’re an adult, eating is a learned behavior. Infants and children must discover--and
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