Should I “Wait and See” if My Child Will Start Talking?
I have often had parents tell me that someone has advised them to “wait” and “see” if their child may just be a “late talker” and will soon catch up to his or her
Five Strategies to Use with Books
Reading plays such as important part in a child’s speech and language development – and we can start early on! Your child may have figured out how to hold the book an
Social Skills Don’t Always Come Easy
As I drive down my street, I see the four boys I often see around the neighborhood playing together. I wonder if some are related or just friends who live near each other.
Four ways to support your young child if you suspect they may have Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS)
If your child has been receiving on-going speech therapy and now you have concern’s regarding your child’s speech diso
How to make a kid friendly charcuterie board
Charcuterie boards are a fun way to serve snacks for a kid’s party, movie night or even dinner! The items you choose can be your child’s favorites and as individual as
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