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There are many advantages to using an AAC device with your child who is struggling to communicate their wants and needs. AAC devices are a great way to build your child’s expressive and receptive language skills. They are also a great way to ...

Language development is constant and ongoing. You don’t have to wait until your child is with your speech therapist to assist in their language development. Check out this list of toys that can enhance your child’s language ...

How do we start receiving speech services at school? If you have concerns regarding your child’s speech and language skills, the first step is to contact your school’s administration. If your child’s communication skills are impeding ...

If you’ve interacted with one ASD child, you’ve interacted with one ASD child. Autism affects every child in different ways. However, almost every parent of an ASD child is likely to be familiar with some form of a meltdown. There ...

Do you want to work on speech and language skills with your child this summer, but don’t know where to start? Speech and language skills can be incorporated into ANY home activity. You don’t always need specific learning materials, ...

This is my nephew, Connor whom I am so proud of!  He’s a graduating senior at Garnet Valley High School in Pennsylvania. Connor was non-verbal until he was almost 4 and then he started reciting word-for-word movies like Madagascar and ...

Reading comprehension is a vital skill for elementary children to develop starting right when they begin reading. Teachers and parents work diligently to make sure their students are understanding what they read, making connections between it ...

When a child is either struggling or falling behind in school, it can be an underlying expressive or receptive language issue that needs to be addressed at the source. These challenges can sometimes be tough to identify. Speech therapy is not ...

Does your child seem unorganized? Do they have difficulty focusing and remaining engaged in a task? Is it becoming a problem when it comes to their schoolwork and academic progress? If so, it could mean their executive functioning needs further ...