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Imitation with Identical Objects

When working with pre-verbal children establishing imitation is very important as a building block for social and language skills.  When children struggle with imitation skills it is most often due to cognitive delays and/or autism spectrum disorders.   Read More

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Imitation with Identical Objects

When working with pre-verbal children establishing imitation is very important as a building block for social and language skills.  When children struggle with imitation skills it is most often due to cognitive delays and/or autism spectrum disorders.   Read More

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Motor Skill Development in Children

Motor skills are important for everyday function. Motor skills impact self-care, play, school and almost everything between! Here are developmental milestones to look for in your kids. Read More

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Screen time for Young Children

New research shows that children who use handheld screens before they begin to talk are at a higher risk of language delays. Read More

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Down Syndrome and Adolescent Issues

Local support groups and national organizations for children with Down Syndrome and their families, such as the Down Syndrome Association of Minnesota, can provide excellent resources to broach the issue of sexuality. Read More

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What to Expect for Your Child's First Words

As your child is learning new words there are certain groups of words that you can expect him or her to learn. These are words you can model for your young child throughout the day. 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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Red Flags in Child Development

Children grow and develop at their own individual pace. The range of when skills develop is actually quite wide and variable. Some kids develop motor skills quicker than verbal skills and vice versa. It is helpful to know potential warning signs of developmental delay because early assessment and intervention has been shown to be beneficial toward optimal developmental outcomes. If you have developmental questions or concerns, it is always appropriate to talk with your child’s pediatrician or schedule a developmental intake at a clinic like Rosenberg Center to talk further and collaboratively develop an assessment and/or treatment plan if appropriate. Below are some signs of possible developmental delay. Read More

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