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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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What is a Central Auditory Processing Disorder?

A CAPD is a brain based disorder that is often present with other disorders such as ADHD, learning disabilities, phonological disorder and language disorder. 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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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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Emotions and Stuttering

Remember, stuttering behaviors are often cyclical.  There can be good days and not so good days.  There can even be more fluent weeks and less fluent weeks.  Take note of situations that could be causing your child more “big feelings” and try to reduce these to help with fluent speech.  Read More

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Music and Infants

Researchers have found that music play could enhance infants' speech processing. Read More

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Language Learning in Babies and Toddlers

What can a caregiver or parent do to encourage language learning? They are some easy ways you can incorporate language learning techniques into your everyday routine. Read More

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Listen to your buds!

Kids wearing headphones and earbuds are everywhere - in the car, at the mall, on the street, at the park. Headphones seem like a great idea! Kids can be amused and adults don’t have to be bothered by music and noisy games. However, headphones and earbuds can also cause hearing loss. A recent study showed that 12.5% of children 6 to 19 years of age had hearing loss. Read More

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Letting go of the sippy cup

Parents love sippy cups. It’s not hard to see why. It’s great to have your toddler drink independently without the worry of spills. However, sippy cups can often be harmful to oral health and speech development. Read More

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