Monthly Archives: July 2016

Working Together: Group Treatment in Speech Therapy

  When people think of speech therapy, they usually picture a therapist and patient working together one-on-one. While this kind of therapy certainly has benefits like individual attention and the ability to closely assess a patient’s specific strengths and challenges, … Continue reading

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Reading Trouble? A Speech-Language Pathologist Can Help!

A couple of weeks ago, we talked about ways you can work with your child at home to prepare them to learn to read. Developing pre-literacy skills with your child can go a long way towards improving reading skills down … Continue reading

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What Is A Cleft And How Does It Affect Communication?

Did you know that 4,437 children are born with a cleft lip and/or cleft palate in the United States every year? Each July organizations across the country raise public awareness of cleft and other craniofacial disorders with National Cleft and … Continue reading

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Give Your Child a Head Start! How to Prepare your Child to Read

Learning to read is one of the most important skills a child learns in school. Now more than ever, children are being transitioned from “learning to read” to “reading to learn” earlier and earlier in their academic life. Unfortunately, learning … Continue reading

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