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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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Could Your Child Have Non-Verbal Learning Disorder?

This week marks the beginning of another school year. Getting back into the swing of things can be difficult for any child, but for the nearly one million children who have a learning disability, back-to-school can be even more challenging. … Continue reading

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Three Tips to Avoid the Summer Slide: Is Summer Learning Loss Affecting your Child?

Summer is here, and kids across the country are celebrating the upcoming two months of freedom from classes, books, and the stress of the school year. Although summer is a great time for kids to relax and recharge, the break … Continue reading

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March Is National Reading Month!

Did you know that March is National Reading Month? This month, schools and libraries across the country try to raise awareness of how important reading is for a child’s development. Reading to and with your children can be a great … 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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Could Your Child’s Speech and Language Skills be Holding them Back?

When it comes to school, most parents are concerned with their child studying, and doing their homework to keep up with the classroom material and keep pace with their peers. But sometimes, studying and paying attention in the classroom aren’t … Continue reading

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Attention Deficit Disorder: What are the Signs?

Being fidgety and unable to sit still is a typical part of childhood for most kids. But, for some children, the inability to focus becomes an issue that can affect their academic and social well-being. Attention deficit disorder (ADD) and … Continue reading

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