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Birth-12 Months Speech and Language Development

May 14, 2018

Your baby may not be talking much from birth-12 months, but their speech and language is developing none the less. Refer to this list of milestones and enrich your daily communication with your baby.  

12-17 Months Speech and Language Development

May 07, 2018

Want to know if your baby's speech and language development is on the right track? 

Hearing and Communication Development

January 21, 2018

"Some babies are born with hearing problems. Other children are born with normal hearing and begin to have hearing problems as they grow older..."

The Earliest Forms of Communication

October 16, 2017

Your baby may not be able to talk during the early months, but babies use many forms of nonverbal communication to express thoughts and communicate needs...

Let's talk about what to expect when you're a parent in the thick of it. A parent of a baby who won't take a bottle. Won't sleep. Won't crawl. Won't Talk. Hasn't said a word. Or doesn't say more than 5 words.... Why didn't you expect any of this? 

Everyday Activities that Promote Speech and Language Development

June 19, 2017

Wish you had more time to sit with your child and read books? Books are wonderful, but sometimes life gets in the way and you need to make dinner or put away laundry. Encourage speech and language development during everyday, mundane tasks by using these simple techniques...

Screen Time and Speech Delay

May 22, 2017

A new study presented at the 2017 Pediatric Academic Societies Meeting found correlation between screen time and delayed speech development. "Twenty percent of the children spent an average of 28 minutes a day using screens, the study found. Every 30-minute increase in daily screen time was linked to a 49% increased risk...

Does My Child Need Speech Therapy?

April 04, 2017

First of all, take a deep breath. If you are reading this, you are  in the right place . Maybe your child isn't talking much, or at all, maybe your child doesn't have many words, maybe your child is highly unintelligible... for whatever reason, you are here looking for some resources and guidance. You are doing the right thing for your child. The American Speech and Hearing Association has...

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