Making Homework Fun – Using Computer Games to Make Therapy “Homework” Seem …. Not Like Homework

Acquiring speech and language skills takes extensive practice in both the therapy session and at home, too. When juggling schoolwork, meal time, family time, household chores, and down-time, it can often be a challenge to find activities to tempt children into...
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Help! My Child is a Picky Eater!!

Dropped plates, thrown foods, defiant screams.... Mealtimes with toddlers can be difficult at the best of times! But having to deal with a toddler who is also a picky eater can make mealtimes even more stressful. Most people don't know that speech-language...
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Is it Possible to Teach Children to Speak in Two Languages?

"Is it too confusing to learn two languages simultaneously?” “Will learning two languages cause our child’s speech or language skills to be delayed?” “How should we teach our child two languages?” These questions are typical concerns of parents considering to use more...
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Age-by-Age: Helping Your Child with Early Literacy

As our children get ready to go back to school or daycare, it is a great time to freshen up on our "teaching" skills as parents. Below are a few helpful tips on how you can make early literacy a priority (and more interesting!) for your little ones. 2-3 Year Olds:...
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Case Study – Pre-School Language

All parents worry about their children. Is my child eating enough? Is my child sleeping enough? Is my child standing and walking at the right time? Is my child speaking at the right time? Amanda was a first-time mother to a two year old boy named Joel. Joel used...
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Working on Multiple Speech & Language Goals Simultaneously … and Making it FUN!

When your child has speech and language difficulties simultaneously and there are many goals to work on, how does the speech-language pathologist (S-LP) work on EVERYTHING and at the same time make therapy fun and engaging? Speech-language pathologists know that there...
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Brain on Fire

The 2016 Toronto International Film Festival has since ended, but while it was on, I was privileged to attend the movie BRAIN ON FIRE directed and written by Gerard Barret, produced by Charlize Theron, and starring the beautiful and very talented Chloë Grace Moretz....
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Four Ways to Help Your Child Feel Better About Their Stutter

It isn’t out of the ordinary for a young child to have issues with stuttering. In fact, quite a few children under the age of 5 will have such issues with their speech. This time in their life is crucial to both speech and personal development, so having issues with...
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Study Tips for Teenagers with Learning Disabilities or Acquired Brain Injuries

Exams are never easy and preparing for them can sometimes be a nightmare for students, especially those with learning disabilities or acquired brain injuries. Students with these conditions are at a severe disadvantage in the classroom. Speech-language pathologists...
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Does My Toddler or Preschool Child Need Speech Therapy?

As parents, we want our children to succeed. From blowing bubbles to sitting up and from rolling over to first foods; each step of the way we watch and celebrate as a milestone is reached. But sometimes, our kids need a little extra help. Parents often find it...
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Help! My Child is a Picky Eater!!

Dropped plates, thrown foods, defiant screams.... Mealtimes with toddlers can be difficult at the best of times! But having to deal with a toddler who is also a picky eater can make mealtimes even more stressful. Most people don't know that speech-language...

read more

Is it Possible to Teach Children to Speak in Two Languages?

"Is it too confusing to learn two languages simultaneously?” “Will learning two languages cause our child’s speech or language skills to be delayed?” “How should we teach our child two languages?” These questions are typical concerns of parents considering to use more...

read more

Age-by-Age: Helping Your Child with Early Literacy

As our children get ready to go back to school or daycare, it is a great time to freshen up on our "teaching" skills as parents. Below are a few helpful tips on how you can make early literacy a priority (and more interesting!) for your little ones. 2-3 Year Olds:...

read more

Case Study – Pre-School Language

All parents worry about their children. Is my child eating enough? Is my child sleeping enough? Is my child standing and walking at the right time? Is my child speaking at the right time? Amanda was a first-time mother to a two year old boy named Joel. Joel used...

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