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We couldn’t be more pleased with our experience with both your practice and Jennie.  She was amazing with Bryce and he just loves her so much! Keely Deming Congratulations to Bryce for graduating from our Speech Therapy Program!

Rebekah continues to show you ways to work with your children in reaching their developmental milestones through play.  Identifying parts of the body on first a toy stuffed animal and than themselves and than you helps not only in cognitive ...

There are many different ways to work with your children in reaching their developmental milestones, Rebekah explains different ways to engage your child in reaching their developmental milestones.

   FUN  FUN   FUN!  — SUMMER SPEECH AND LANGUAGE CAMP  2017  IS OPEN FOR REGISTRATION!    Call 704-845-0561 to reserve your child’s space.              

Many parents are concerned with their child’s communication. For some parents, their child seems to talk a lot, but they can’t understand their child due to speech sound errors. For other parents, their child talks a lot, their speech sound ...

My son is 5 years old and has Fragile X, which is a learning disorder that causes learning and global delays. He has had the opportunity to attend Summer Speech Camp through Child Language and Developmental Speech during the past 2 summers and ...

  We are always happy to support our Queen City Community! Susan G. Komen, Levine JCC Kids Triathlon, Beds for Kids,  SOS  (Support Our Schools),  Multiple Sclerosis Society, Partners in Learning, Lotta Foundation  and Market Your ...

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 ...