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Pediatric Social Language Skills (Pragmatics)

Pediatric Social Language Skills (Pragmatics)

Pragmatics is often referred to as the social language skills that we use in our communication with others. Pragmatic language skills are important for communicating our thoughts, ideas, feelings and for generating and maintaining a conversation with others. A few...

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Physical Therapy – Crawling Video

Physical Therapy – Crawling Video

This week's technology link comes from Hien on our Physical Therapy team. This video is a great addition to the blog post she shared yesterday about the importance of crawling in your baby's development. Click here to read that previous post! Enjoy!...

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Creating Verbal Routines for the Late Talker

Most parents can’t wait to hear their child’s first words. It is so exciting to finally get a peek into what they are thinking, isn’t it? For parents of late talkers, anxiety can start to build when the words don’t seem to be coming when they should. Creating verbal...

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App of the Week: Smash Your Food

This week's App of the Week comes from our Feeding Therapy Team. The app is called: Smash Your Food! Smash a real burger, crush a real milkshake, explode a real soda, and pound a real pizza. This app allows children to smash food without the mess. This app may be...

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App of the Week: Tiny Tastes

This app's playful approach can turn selective eating struggles or other types of feeding difficulties into a fun game, as a picture of your child's own food gets uploaded into Tiny's plate for her to "eat." Kids want to eat foods as they see Tiny enjoying the same...

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