Building Language: Favorite Preschool Books

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Do you have a preschool-age child at home? Are you searching for books to help build language skills? Do you have some tried-and-true options, but are you looking for more? I love using books and other literacy activities in my speech therapy sessions. Why do I love reading books in speech therapy sessions? Books are […]

Apraxia Series: Speech Therapy

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Apraxia Series: Speech Therapy Considerations Explained If your child has been diagnosed with Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS), you may have questions about speech therapy. What does speech therapy look like for a child with Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS)? How can I help make speech therapy successful for my child with Childhood Apraxia of […]

5 Essential Targets: Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS)

Apraxia Series: Apraxia 101

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This is part one of a series on Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS). This blog post will give basic information on the definition of CAS and signs of CAS. Future blog posts will dive deeper into what speech therapy can look like for a child with severe articulation needs. What is Childhood Apraxia of Speech […]

Communication Bill of Rights

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Introducing the Communication Bill of Rights Do you have a child who struggles to communicate? If you are reading this article, chances are communication is important to you. Maybe you know someone (or work with someone) with a communication difficulty. If you care about someone with a communication disability, chances are it is important to […]

I Want You to Love Your Speech Homework

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Does your child receive speech therapy at school or at a clinic? Do you have speech words to practice at home? If practicing your speech words has become more of a challenge than it seems it should be, take heart. As a speech language pathologist (SLP), I want you to love your speech homework. Read […]