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Late Talking Toddlers

One of my favorite populations to help as a speech-language pathologist is late-talking toddlers. Concerned parents will often tell me, “he can say the word but he just won’t do it on his own”. It is important to consider the stark difference between your child...

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...