Cooking Conversation

Experts agree that sitting down together as a family at dinner time has many benefits, see more at the Family Dinner Project.  Preparing the meal can offer a great chance to work on developing communication skills with your child, even a toddler.  Whether your an accomplished chef or just reheating leftovers, the familiar location of […]

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Children who are Learning English as a Second Language

In this excellent article, Lauren Lowry answers how parents can help their child learn English as a second language. She shares the following tips: Children learn best during interactions with responsive caregivers so watch for opportunities to respond with interest in daily interactions. Children learn words for the thing that interest them so when your […]

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Developmental Milestones by Age from ASHA

If you are concerned about your child’s communication skills, you may want to read about what is considered typical for each age. ASHA (American Speech-Language-Hearing Association) is an excellent source of reliable information. If your child isn’t displaying several of the skills listed in their age range, schedule an evaluation to determine if therapy is needed. […]

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