Category Archives: Language Development

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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Early Language Development: 3 Ways to Encourage Speech

Early speech and language skills can be essential to a child’s social, cognitive, and academic development. However, some parents may notice that their child is not communicating in the same way as their peers or siblings. Although a speech-language pathologist … Continue reading

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Early Language Development: 10 Milestones To Look For

Among the most exciting milestones of your child’s development is his first words. But as exciting as this can be, it can also be a source of stress. As a speech-language pathologist, one of the most common questions I hear … Continue reading

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Is My Child On Track? FAQs about speech and language delays

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? While there is no … Continue reading

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Getting Ready for School: How to Prepare Your Child to Learn to Read!

Summer is a great time for children to relax and enjoy a break from the pressure of school. But it’s also a great opportunity to bolster academic skills that your child may need work on. In early education, learning to … Continue reading

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Does Your Toddler Really Need an iPad? How Technology Impacts Communication  

         In recent years, our use of personal technology has skyrocketed. While this technology has helped us to stay connected at all times, in many ways it has also left us more disconnected. Nearly everyone has had … Continue reading

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3 Ways to Encourage Language in Early Childhood

A child’s first word is an important milestone most parents eagerly look forward too. However, what happens after that is just as important, as your child builds their vocabulary and learns to communicate effectively. While all children develop in their … Continue reading

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