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  Children develop their language and speech skills at different rates. While your first child may have been an early talker, your second child might not have much to say. Also, keep in mind that a child’s various skills don’t develop ...

Our Charlotte and Davidson Language Summer Camp program has been extremely popular for years. We always fill up, often long before summer, in fact, this year’s camp filled up earlier than ever before and we always have repeat campers ...

Is your child having difficulty following directions? If you repeatedly ask your child to do something and they just can’t seem to make it happen you are likely quite frustrated. But how can you tell if it is a behavioral problem or something ...

There is nothing more precious than a sweet baby exercising their skills in talking with their high-pitched baby voice. With W’s in place of R’s “FWOG” for Frog and L’s in place Y’s “Lellow” for Yellow, it is a darling time of ...

The holidays can be a very stressful time when you have a child with a communicative challenge. Your child may feel a lot of anxiety about the changes in their schedule, the sensory overload of holiday activities, and the social pressures during ...

There are several possible reasons your toddler is not talking. We would never presume to know why your toddler is not talking based on anything less than a speech, language and hearing evaluation with your child. But there are some common ...

An important part of helping young children who may need speech therapy is early intervention. To achieve early intervention with speech therapy it is vital to know the speech and language developmental milestones. While all children develop at ...

There are a large variety of speech and language disorders that can benefit from speech therapy. One often misunderstood speech-language disorder is Apraxia. What is Apraxia? Apraxia is a motor speech disorder. It manifests as having trouble ...

The word speech, in the context of speech therapy, encompasses all the processes of making the sounds of speech. Potential speech disorders include articulation, apraxia, stuttering, phonological and more. Articulation refers specifically to ...

Most people think of speech therapy as being exclusively for those with articulation challenges. Articulation refers to how sounds of speech are made. Often speech therapy is employed when difficulty making specific sounds like /r/, /sh/, /th/ ...