Monthly Archives: October 2016

Communication Tips for Stuttering Awareness Day

Did you know that an estimated three million people in the United States speak with a stutter? Each year on October 22, organizations across the country recognize Stuttering Awareness Day to help increase awareness of this disorder. In support of … Continue reading

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How Does Speech-Language Therapy Help a Child with ADHD?

You probably know that ADD and ADHD make it difficult for children to focus. But did you know ADD and ADHD affect a range of communication skills too? From the classroom to the playground to the dinner table, ADD and … Continue reading

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Raising a Bilingual Child: The Silent Period

As the United States becomes increasingly diverse and multicultural, more and more children are being raised bilingual. Last week, we talked about how being bilingual impacts language development. For the majority of children, learning two languages early in life doesn’t … Continue reading

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Raising a Bilingual Child: Speech and Language Development

Did you know that 21% of school-age children in the United States speak a language other than English at home? As the world becomes increasingly multicultural, more and more children are being raised speaking more than one language. Many parents … Continue reading

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