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Encourage Early Literacy for National Reading Month!

  March is National Reading Month! Did you know that speech-language pathologists can play a key role in helping children learn to read? In fact, recent survey found that over 70% of teachers believed that students who received speech therapy … Continue reading

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Is My Child on Track? 10 Communication Milestones to Look for

Watching your child grow and learn to communicate with the world around them is one of the greatest joys as a parent. But what do you do if you think your child is lagging behind? Last week, we talked about … 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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Early Childhood Communication: Every Child Is Different

Over the past few weeks, we’ve discussed the ways that children learn and develop language, from their very first attempts at speech sounds and communicative interaction, through their first few words. As exciting as a child’s language development is, it … Continue reading

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