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Holiday Planning for Kids with ADHD

The holidays can be stressful for children with ADHD. Traveling and visiting relatives may disrupt their day-to-day routines, and all the excitement can be overwhelming. Here are some tips to help avoid holiday havoc and create good memories for your family. Read More

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Healthy Reminders By the Number!

A healthy routine for kids by the numbers! Here are some quick guidelines to adding a healthy structure to your child's daily routine. Read More

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Teaching Your Child to Deal with Emotions

All children need to learn the vocabulary for emotions just like they need to learn the vocabulary for any other concept. The tricky thing about emotions is they are, well emotions. So teaching them in the heat of the moment is quite like teaching a concept like “vegetable”. Read More

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Speech Processing and Autism

The sounds ‘p’, ‘b’, ‘g’, ‘ch’ and ‘sh’ are in that frequency range. If children are missing hearing those sounds or are unable to process those sounds in a typical way, it may be affecting the way they are able to learn language. Read More

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Background Noise and Language Learning

This is important information especially if a toddler has delayed language development. When practicing language skills with a toddler who has language difficulties it will be even more crucial to be aware of the noise level in the environment and to limit noise when working on language skills in order to help those children have the best opportunities for language learning. Read More

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When Toilet Training Doesn't Work

The truth is that many kids beyond the age of toilet teaching (generally older than 4 years) who frequently soil their underwear have a condition known as encopresis. They have a problem with their bowels that dulls the normal urge to go to the bathroom — and they can't control the accidents that typically follow. Children with developmental or behavioral disabilities may also have difficulty learning a consistent bathroom routine. Read More

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Language delays-before your child talks

We work with many children who are pre-verbal. This means they aren't using words yet. As speech-language pathologists we work on how kids use language and how kids understand language. When a child is pre-verbal we are working on ways for them to communicate, but we also work on helping them to understand the world around them and what people are saying to them. Read More

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Progressive waiting- Helping Children to Fall Asleep Independently

When should children be able to fall asleep by themselves? Before their second birthday - usually much sooner - most kids have learned to fall asleep alone. They no longer need to have a parent hold them or lie down next to them until they drift off. If they wake during the night, they can get back to sleep on their own. Read More

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