Monthly Archives: February 2015

Is Your Child On Track? Speech and Language Milestones

If you’re like most parents, you’ve spent time worrying about whether your child’s language is on track or if they’re behind where they should be developmentally. Determining whether your child is developing along a “normal” timeline can be tricky; every … Continue reading

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What Is Accent Reduction?

When most people think of speech-language pathologists, they think of working with people who stutter, or have a speech impediment, or some other sort of communication disorder. But did you know speech therapists also work with accent modification and accent … Continue reading

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Increasing Quality of Life for People Who Stutter

Did you know that over 70 million people worldwide stutter? Stuttering is a complicated disorder that can not only affect communication, but can also affect self-concept and interpersonal interactions. Speech therapy typically plays a strong role in helping those who … Continue reading

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Three Tips for Increasing Communication with a Non-Verbal Child

Almost a quarter of people with an autistic spectrum disorder (ASD) are non-verbal, meaning they do not communicate using speech at all. However, just because a child can’t talk doesn’t mean they can’t engage in meaningful communication! Take a look … Continue reading

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