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January 30, 2018

One of the main ways we use to help children use their AAC more at home, is to provide them with Aided Language Stimulation. That simply means that caregivers need to model words on the AAC device with the child throughout the day. Yes! You can use their iPad and click...

January 30, 2018

I have heard some great "first word" stories from the parents of my clients. The hope is always that their first word will be "mama" or "dada", but as many parents know that is not always the case. Whatever their first word may be how do you know if it a true word or "...

January 25, 2018

I just love when there are holidays coming up, because that means we get to make crafts! Valentine’s day is a fun, easy theme that you can use in speech therapy.

Crafts are a preferred activity and super fun for kids. It gives them a chance to work on goals in a natural...

Sally, our Speech-Language Pathology Assistant, just received her RBT (Registered Behavior Technician) certification!! This certification indicates that she is able to use the principles of behavior analysis during her speech therapy sessions. 

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January 13, 2018

In just about every American home there is a TV, phone, Ipad, tablet, computer, and video game device. Most three-year-olds can work an Iphone better than their parents can. Screen time for children in America is everywhere. So then why does the American Academy of Ped...

January 5, 2018

I am a HUGE fan of hands on activities. Sensory bins are one of my favorite activities to incorporate in my therapy sessions. They are super easy to make, and can be used in SO many different ways. They are also great for increasing engagement and interaction with your...

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