Monthly Archives: February 2014

March Is Brain Injury Awareness Month!

Did you know that each year 2.4 million Americans sustain a brain injury? Brain injuries can cause a range of deficits and disabilities, including a variety of issues with speech, language and communication. Each March, the Brain Injury Association of … Continue reading

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The Importance of Reading to Your Child

Reading your child a story at bedtime is a tradition for many parents. But recent studies are showing that reading to your child may be far more important than previously thought. Recent studies have emphasized how reading to your child, … Continue reading

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Childhood Language Delays: How Speech-Language Therapy Can Help

As exciting as a child’s language development is, it can also be a source of stress for a lot of parents. Should my child be talking already? Are they using enough words? Could something be wrong? Last week, we discussed … Continue reading

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Childhood Language Delays

Over the past two weeks, we’ve discussed some communication milestones that are common across children as they develop speech language skills. If you’ve noticed that your child is not developing language at a typical pace, you may have some questions … Continue reading

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