Childhood Apraxia of Speech: Hierarchy of Support

Childhood Apraxia of Speech: Hierarchy of Support

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Childhood Apraxia of Speech: Hierarchy of Support offers tips and tricks for helping children with CAS by giving consistent speech cues. Using a hierarchy of support (consistent cues) has been one of my most used strategies for children with CAS. It is important to be intentional about the frequency and types of cues you are giving. By doing so, […]

My Child's Experience With Speech Therapy A Parent Perspective

My Child’s Experience With Speech Therapy: A Parent Perspective (Jessica, Part 2)

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Welcome to Parent Perspectives, an occasional series. This is an interview series featuring parent perspectives on speech therapy. I asked questions, and parents answered with honesty about their perspectives. My Child’s Experience With Speech Therapy: A Parent Perspective Part 2 is an interview with Jessica, who has a son who was a late talker and started […]

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My Child’s Experience With Speech Therapy: A Parent Perspective (Jessica, Part 1)

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Welcome to Parent Perspectives, an occasional series. In this interview series, I asked parents about their child’s experience in speech therapy. I asked the questions, and parents answered with honesty about their perspectives. My Child’s Experience With Speech Therapy: A Parent Perspective Part 1 is a fascinating read about Jessica’s experience with speech therapy for her son, […]

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A Puzzle Communication Routine For Late Talkers

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If your child is a late talker, chances are you’ve heard your speech language pathologist (SLP) talk about communication routines. Even if you haven’t heard the phrase, it’s very likely communication routines are something you already do at home with your child. These routines can be anything you do (getting dressed, eating breakfast, playing with […]

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November Links: Articles To Read For Parents and Educators

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Welcome to November Links: Articles to Read For Parents and Educators, an occasional series. These posts highlight articles focusing on parenting, education, and disabilities. I also include any other general articles helpful to parents and professionals working with children. This month, you’ll learn how a barber shop is encouraging reading, about a mental health crisis in our school […]