Creating a Visual Schedule

Creating a Visual Schedule

Visual schedules are a great tool and intervention to help with routine, transition, communication, and learning a new skill. Visual schedules can be produced in a variety of ways. You can use PECS, which is a Picture Exchange Communication...

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Working on Pronouns at Home

Working on Pronouns at Home

Working on pronouns (He, she, they, hers, his, theirs, etc.) are common goals in speech therapy for children with both language and phonological disorders. The good news is there are plenty of ways you can incorporate working on these goals into...

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Introducing New Foods to a Picky Eater

Introducing New Foods to a Picky Eater

Trying new foods can be very intimidating for our little ones. Here are fun steps that you can do with your child when introducing a new food. We highly recommend adults follow these steps along side your child, to encourage them to do it with...

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Indoor Summer Activities

Indoor Summer Activities

Keeping kiddos active is so important for their physical health and mental health. Physical activity can assist in reducing the chance of weight gain and diabetes, strengthens bones and muscles, and improves coordination necessary for everyday...

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Back to School – Speech Supplies

Back to School – Speech Supplies

It’s that time of year again! It’s time to start getting your kids ready for the coming school year. Whether your child is working on articulation sounds, pronouns, or labeling, there are simple toys and resources that can help you practice their...

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Visual Information Processing

Visual Information Processing

Does your child struggle with visual processing skills like tracking, eye teaming, and visual perception while reading? These are all developmental skills that children need in addition to seeing clearly. If these skills don’t develop normally...

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