Tag Archives: Learning Disorders

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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Five Signs Your Child Could Have Non-Verbal Learning Disorder

Did you know that 2.4 million American public school students have been identified as having a learning disability? That’s approximately five percent of students! Being identified as having a learning disorder is important; once a challenge is identified, a student … Continue reading

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Reading Trouble? A Speech-Language Pathologist Can Help!

A couple of weeks ago, we talked about ways you can work with your child at home to prepare them to learn to read. Developing pre-literacy skills with your child can go a long way towards improving reading skills down … 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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Could Your Child Be “Twice Exceptional”?

What do you think of when you hear the term “exceptional student”? Interestingly, this phrase can be used both to refer to children who are considered “gifted” or above average intellectually, as well as to refer to children who have … Continue reading

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