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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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Childhood Hearing Loss? A Speech Therapist Can Help!

Childhood hearing loss can have a significant impact on speech and language development. However, detecting the loss early and seeking speech and language therapy can head problems off before they start. Studies have found that infants who are identified with … 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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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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Is My Child on Track? Milestones for the First Year

Every parent eagerly awaits for their child’s first words. Waiting for your child to find their voice (and maybe catch that first “mama” or “dada” on camera!) is an exciting time for any parent. However, your child starts developing their … Continue reading

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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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