Speech Therapy for Children Who Stutter

Speech Therapy for Children Who Stutter

Do you have a stutter? Does one of your kids have a stutter? Do you know somebody who has a stutter? Stuttering is a much bigger problem than lots of people believe. The newest research suggests that a larger portion of the population has a stuttering problem, with a...
The Emotional Effects of Stuttering on Children

The Emotional Effects of Stuttering on Children

Many individuals don’t understand it, but stuttering considerably affects the emotional state of an individual, particularly that of a kid. The emotional effects of stuttering on children alone very much impact his/her emotional health. Not only that, stuttering...
Signs That May Indicate Your Child Needs Speech Therapy

Signs That May Indicate Your Child Needs Speech Therapy

If your child has difficulty producing sounds, following commands, using their voice appropriately, or with any other aspect of verbal communication, it is important to find out if they would benefit from speech therapy. children’s speech therapy can help in...
Autism and Speech Therapy

Autism and Speech Therapy

Autism and Speech Therapy There are many different types of developmental disorder autism, and children with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) can have all sorts of symptoms. Common symptoms include repeating activities, not being able to make eye contact and having...
My Child Is Shy; Should I Be Concerned?

My Child Is Shy; Should I Be Concerned?

My Child Is Shy; Should I Be Concerned? A little shyness isn’t anything you should worry about. More than likely, your child is developing normally. Speech therapy could be helpful to boost their confidence, though. A speech pathologist could test them to...
Should Gagging Be a Concern?

Should Gagging Be a Concern?

Should Gagging Be a Concern?  It’s incredibly common for infants and toddlers to gag when they are learning how to chew and swallow, especially when they are first learning the process.  Learning to eat can be complex, and children must learn the motor skills to...
Tips to Get Your Kids Talking

Tips to Get Your Kids Talking

Tips to Get Your Kids Talking It is natural to be curious about what your child did when they come home from school every day.  If your child is like most school-age kids, he or she may not volunteer any information about what’s going on at school. Kids that are...
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