Monthly Archives: November 2016

4 Ways an SLP Can Help a Child with Feeding and Swallowing Issues

Whether it’s a child that won’t sit at the table long enough to finish a meal or a phase where the only acceptable foods are chicken nuggets and ketchup sandwiches, most parents have struggled with getting their kid to eat … Continue reading

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What Do Thanksgiving and a Hoarse Voice Have in Common?

When people find they have a hoarse, weak, or raspy voice, they usually assume they’re coming down with a cold or blame it on some recent vocal abuse (e.g., cheering at a sports game, or screaming over a loud concert). … Continue reading

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Happy Thanksgiving! 3 Tips for Children on the Autistic Spectrum

Thanksgiving is right around the corner! Big family gatherings can be fun, but they can also be a source of stress. This is even more true for children on the autistic spectrum and their families. Large groups of people, changes … Continue reading

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Can TV and Technology Hurt Your Child’s Language Development?

As technological advances come at a breakneck speed, people are spending more time with technological devices than ever before. Whether it’s the television, your smartphone, or a tablet, odds are you spend a significant portion of your day looking at … Continue reading

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Story Time Can Improve Your Child’s Language!

For many parents, snuggling up with their child and reading a book is a favorite bonding experience. But studies have shown that reading to your child may be much more important than most people realize.

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