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Keeping Up With AAC: Social Gatherings

Keeping Up With AAC: Social Gatherings Today’s alternative and augmentative communication users (AAC) are submerged in a fast paced environment that requires efficient use of time. Many young learners and older learners as well have a difficult time keeping up with...

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App of the Week: Starfall ABC’s

App of the Week: Starfall ABC’s

Adding apps to your device can be overwhelming with over 1.5 billion currently available in the app store but narrowing down your app search is not difficult. Using key search words like Autism, speech, and articulation can help narrow down the search. Once you find...

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Benefits of Today’s Technology

Benefits of Today’s Technology

It’s hard to imagine life without some type of mobile device nowadays and our children don’t know any other way. Technology such as iPads or other tablets can be powerful instruments in your child’s development of speech. However there are some do’s and don’ts that we...

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Podcast of the Week – Teach Me To Talk

Podcast of the Week – Teach Me To Talk

The Teach Me To Talk podcast is my favorite thing to listen to in the car. Speech Language Pathologist Laura Mize gives AMAZING information and recommendations for parents of children ages birth to 3 who have language delays. The podcast is free and can be accessed...

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Positive Practice: Articulation Disorders

Positive Practice: Articulation Disorders

With a little bit of practice each day, results can come your way! Many children struggle with Articulation Disorders. Articulation Disorders cause sounds to be produced incorrectly, making it difficult to understand your child. In order to help your child improve...

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App of the Week: Baby Sign and Sing

The "Baby Sign and Sing" app has babies signing to some familiar songs (Twinkle, Twinkle; Old McDonald). Children enjoy watching the babies and learning signs that go along with some of their favorite songs! Enjoy! Kristen, Speech and Feeding Therapy Team

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Echolalia (Part 2) – What To Do About It?

Echolalia (Part 2) – What To Do About It?

Here is the follow-up article posted from the beginning of November: “What is Echolalia?” Now that we have learned some information about Echolalia and the factors in helping to identify if your child has Echolalia…. It’s time to learn some strategies for what to do...

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