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Stuttering and the Preschool Child

I often get referrals from parents or pediatricians with concerns about a child’s fluency skills. Simply put, they think that a child is stuttering. For parents of pre-school aged children, it is important to note that many preschoolers go through a period of normal...

Using Toys to Foster Language Development

3 Toys You Should Consider for Christmas This Year As a speech-language pathologist, parents often ask me what toys I would recommend to help foster their child’s speech and language skills. With the holidays fast approaching, I created a list of my top 3...

Fall Is Here!

Fall is here! It’s time for pumpkin spice lattes, cozy sweaters, and watching the leaves change color. Fall is also a wonderful opportunity to expand your child’s speech and language skills. Below are some fall-related ideas. Activities Use construction paper to cut...

Screen Time: How Much is Too Much?

There is a lot of discussion today among parents about screen time and children: How much is too much? Will screen time delay my child’s speech and language development? Will it hinder my child socially? A new study found some surprising results. The study found that...

Back To School!

Heading back to school can be a tough transition time for some students, especially younger ones who may be attending a preschool or daycare for the first time. Below, I have outlined some ideas to help prepare your child for the school year. Make a visual schedule! I...