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On October 12th,  we conducted a training for 120 YMCA  staff and directors from the greater Charlotte area locations on the topics of – “What” is typical/atypical for each age in regards to speech, language, socialization ...

Many parents begin to notice stuttering like behaviors in their child especially between the ages of 2 and 5, and are concerned. Our goal at Child Language and Developmental Speech is to provide you with some basic information and resources ...

There were fun weekly themes such as, “Arrgh”  Pirates,  Going To The Beach,  A Camping We Will Go,  Bugs, Bugs, Bugs,  The Great Outdoors,  Community Helpers and more. The kids had daily fun activities, arts,  crafts, ...

Childhood apraxia of speech (CAS) is a motor speech disorder. Children with CAS have problems saying sounds, syllables, and words. This is not because of muscle weakness or paralysis. The brain has problems planning to move the body parts (e.g., ...

Our speech-language pathologist Rebekah explains what to do if your child is already receiving speech therapy, but you think he or she needs more.  Many times, parents feel a child in speech therapy isn’t making sufficient progress or feel ...

The first signs of a speech delay or disorder in a child may be very mild. As a result, sometimes it is difficult for a parent or caregiver to feel that something is amiss with a child’s speech and language development. Parent may only become ...

If you have a child who doesn’t like reading, trying to motivate him or her to read can be quite a challenge. Reading is important not only for academic success, but also to ensure a child is well-prepared for lifelong learning. Below are 13 ...