Pacifiers: To Use or Not To Use?

Pacifiers: To Use or Not To Use?

Not only am I a speech-language pathologist, I am also a mom.  My daughter used a pacifier and I was so thankful for the benefits that the pacifier provided when she was an infant. Pacifier use can help with sleepless nights, comforting a child...

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Dehydrating Food: A Healthy New Snack

Dehydrating Food: A Healthy New Snack

A simple and fun way to try to introduce fruits and vegetables in a new way is to dehydrate them. In feeding therapy, we will often use dehydrated or freeze-dried fruits and vegetables. I have personally seen children accept food that way first...

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The benefits of Messy Play

The benefits of Messy Play

Kids love to get messy, make messes, and be creative with their hands. Whether playing with their food or making mud pies, kids LOVE to make messes!  We all understand children learn through experimentation and discovery, messy play encourages...

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The Problem With Posture

The Problem With Posture

Poor posture is something many parents become concerned about with their children, especially during adolescence. But when does poor posture become a problem? We all have deviations in our posture and it’s very rare to find someone with truly...

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Summertime Speech

Summertime Speech

As the month of May comes to an end, it is time to start thinking about activities to keep your children busy over the summer months. Summer is full of sun, fun, and exciting opportunities to work on speech and language! Summer is a great time to...

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