Monthly Archives: September 2013

ADHD and Speech Therapy

In recent years, increasing attention has been given to attention deficit disorder (ADD) and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), neurological disorders that make it difficult for them to focus and pay attention. Because almost all children can be distractible or … Continue reading

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What is ADHD?

Being antsy and filled with energy is a hallmark of childhood. However, for some children, the inability to sit still and focus goes beyond typical youthful energy and becomes an issue that can affect their academic and social well-being. Attention … Continue reading

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How Can You Help a Child with Cleft Palate?

Did you know that September is National Craniofacial Acceptance Month? This campaign is designed to raise awareness about cleft palate, a condition in which a child is born with an opening in the boney part of the roof of their … Continue reading

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Smile! September is Craniofacial Acceptance Month

Each September, groups that support children and families with cleft palate celebrate National Craniofacial Acceptance Month to help raise awareness of this condition and promote public acceptance. In support of this national observation, Speech Associates of New York will be … Continue reading

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