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Does My Child Need Speech Therapy for a Lisp?

Ah….the cute and adorable toddler years that bring about the s-sounds and z-sounds produced with the tongue (often referred to as “baby-talk”). Most children will outgrow this production pattern as they get older, however it is not uncommon if they don’t. Once children begin to grow in sound developments continue…

Speech + Language IEP’s during COVID-19

Speech and language impairments are ranked second amongst disabilities in school-aged children receiving ESE (Exceptional Student Education) services or often referred to as “special education”. Children across the United States are receiving services to address these impairments under IDEA (Individuals with Disabilities Education Act). This is the most important law…

Language Activities while Social Distancing

Social Distancing continues to be a topic of discussion across the nation. Many parents feel anxious about the unknown and figuring out ways to keep their kids busy. Don’t let social distancing get you down! There are many fun activities you can do with your child at home during this…

Phonological Awareness vs Phonemic Awareness

Phonological awareness? Phonemic awareness? Aren’t they the same thing anyway? Believe it or not, these two terms are often used interchangeably as if their meanings are exactly same. Are you ready for this? They actually aren’t. Let’s break down these terms and discuss how they differ. Both phonological awareness and…
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