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1. Slow Down Try to remember to slow the pace when you get a chance to have a conversation with your toddler. Children learn language in everyday situations. Routine activities are some of the best times to talk to your toddler because these are the moments they learn the most! Don’t forget to slow down...
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1. Ditch the Batteries First recommendation, is to skip the batteries. If the toy requires batteries, you probably don’t want it. OR…if it takes batteries, you can take them out. One good example is a the really cute farm set from a very popular toy maker. The toy set itself is great! But the barn...
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May is Better Speech and Hearing Month. What does that mean to you as a parent? If you are having doubts about your child’s speech and language development, wondering if your child is reaching those speech milestones on time, questions are probably swirling in your mind: Do they have enough words in their vocabulary? Do...
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As your child’s speech and language skills emerge in early childhood, you will play a critical role in his or her progress. While you may not realize it, there are many tips to promote speech and jumpstart your toddler’s language development during daily activities and routines. Self-Talk & Parallel-Talk What They Are Self-talk is a...
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There are several speech and language disorders that can be treated with speech therapy. Articulation disorders. An articulation disorder is the inability to properly form certain word sounds. A child with this speech disorder may drop, swap, distort, or add word sounds. An example of distorting a word would be saying “thith” instead of “this”....
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The amount of time a person needs speech therapy depends on a few factors, including: their age type and severity of the speech disorder frequency of therapy underlying medical condition treatment of an underlying medical condition Some speech disorders begin in childhood and improve with age, while others continue into adulthood and require long-term therapy...
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Are you sure that you are pronouncing all of your words correctly?  If you are interviewing for a job, going on a date, or trying to make a good first impression, it’s vital that you are confident in your speech and pronunciation skills. Chances are, you may be mispronouncing at least one of the words below....
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There are a wide variety of reasons to work on speech therapy exercises at home. Sometimes, a parent is not sure if her child needs to see a speech therapist and would like to do some speech therapy exercises at home first. Perhaps your child’s teacher has expressed concern that he has some stuttering, or...
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Many children exhibit speech problems early in their development and parents understandably worry about the child’s well-being and later success in school. If you’re concerned about language issues with your child the first thing you’ll want to do is consult a professional. They can help you identify strategies that will work best for the particular...
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Birth to 2 Years Say sound like “ma,” “da,” and “ba.” Try to get your baby to say them back to you. Look at your baby when he makes sounds. Talk back to him, and say what he says. Pretend to have a conversation. Respond when your baby laughs or makes faces. Make the same faces back to her. Teach your baby to do what...
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Laura Cramb Speech therapy inc is a team of dynamic and enthusiastic therapists. A variety of areas of speech therapy services are dealt with within the practice including the Neonatal, Paediatric and Adult populations.