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  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 ...

Cindy Van Springe, one of our Speech Pathologists trained staff and directors from 5 counties in North Carolina in ways to work with children who are Dual Language Learners.  

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, ...

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 ...