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Providing children with quality and innovative speech and language services, since 2004.
yahoo.com Within 12 hours of surgery, Mason Motz was having conversations for the first time.
Get ready to be AMAZED and INSPIRED after watching this brilliant 4-year-old give a speech about the benefits of reading at a middle school teachers' back to school training.
Video credit: Kang-Xing Jin/FB
*posted with permission via Valeb Stewart, cc: Brilliant Little Leaders
Any pediatric SLPs in need of some super fun and FREE activities? We’ve got you covered!
Some much needed research about procedure that I have long been supporting for kids with posterior ties. For many children, the improvements in speech and feeding are immediate. Thanks for sharing, Melanie Potack!
Dr. Baxter of Alabama Tongue-Tie Center - Richard Baxter, DMD, MS and I hope to present together at the The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association this year. Here's the latest published case studies by Dr. Baxter and Lauren Hughes. Congratulations!!! Please share! http://www.theijcp.org/index.php/ijcp/article/view/295/254
This is such an inspirational story about a lovely teen making a difference! ❤️
Thanks for sharing, Kelly Ayers Sheehan
Here is the video link I promised!
This is frightening. Please vaccinate.
On the brink of Autism Awareness Month comes this article reporting that, despite no scientific evidence linking vaccines to the risk of developing autism, many parents are still choosing to forgo the recommended vaccines in their children, even those already diagnosed. Here is the link to the original article, which appeared in JAMA Pediatrics: https://on.asha.org/2GmDkDY.
Beautiful. Please Share.
Reading aloud benefits your children on many levels: bonding, comprehension, listening skills. And, it’s fun!
❤️❤️❤️ He really does have "the best laugh in the world."
Turner is diagnosed with Down syndrome and wants to be like his big brother.
Griffin, lovingly referred to as Biffin, has realized that he is fortunate to have a younger brother who will be his best friend for life.
washingtonpost.com Spotting signs is crucial because drug treatment and prevention strategies are most effective at the earliest stages of dementia
en.newsner.com A big thumbs up for this initiative!
www.sharetap.it Thankfully the camera was rolling to get his captured on tape.
I'd be honored to get my coffee from any of these hard working young men and women.
Helen Keller proved to the world that Deafblind people should be given access to education and language. Here's how she did it.
Kids chewing on collars and sleeves? Here's what to do!
More tips like this on The Picky Eater Video Course at www.melaniepotock.com! #SLPeeps #OT #RD #Parent
Yummy, refreshing H2O!
Love this. ❤️
"Tayler has had speech therapy for years. But sometimes, even when you do everything right, progress isn't made. ... Sometimes stagnation can look like a mountain. Like Mount Everest. But even mountains can shift."
Thank you, Keli Gooch, Writer, for sharing this post on our TODAY #ParentingTeam.
I can't wait to order this!
I can't wait to meet Julia. ❤
vox.com It’s one reason why Julia, Sesame Street’s new autistic Muppet, is so important.
Music to my ears. Enjoy. ❤
www.ntd.tv They say that mom is the best for parenting little kids, and the role of the father will come when the child is older. Assuming the father is better for teaching the kid about the outside world, he is firm, strict and the child will learn from him about important life lessons. When the child is …
A British physicist uses Einstein's theory of special relativity to explain how Santa (yes, good ol' Kris Kringle) is able to travel around the world, shrink through chimneys, not age, and deliver gifts to kids on Christmas Day. This is a fun read from our friends over at Grapevine | FTGV.com.
People with Alzheimer’s or other types of dementia often struggle with initiating and maintaining conversations. Speech-language pathologists can help them by leading, prompting and guiding discussions using simple statements and questions. But so can family members and caregivers. SLP Eileen Eisner provides some useful tips to share with families to help them engage in conversations with their loved one.
Melanie's book is a "Must-Read!" for those of us with challenging eaters! ❤️
Here is another one of her excellent articles!
My phone's been ringing off the hook. Why? Because parents just had parent-teacher conferences & teachers are more aware of feeding disorders, thus raising the issue with parents. How do you know it's just a phase or something else? I've got some guidelines for you...#pickyeater #SLPeeps #OT #Parenting #Pediatrician #Teacher
We are a private practice directed by Grace H. Park, Ph.D., a certified speech & language pathologist.
Combining play with evidence based practices to create a foundation for learning, one word at a time.
Creating positive change in your child's life, in your home or school.
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