Spring into Rain Drops and Umbrellas

April 2, 2015

Spring is finally here, and with it comes rainy days. Those April showers that bring us flowers in May are a fun way to incorporate seasonal crafts and play into speech and language sessions. When you do something a little silly, it may have a lasting outcome because it gets kids more actively engaged. Explore […]

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Start off Spring with Flowers

March 26, 2015

After long winter months, everyone is ready to jump into a warmer season. Nothing says “Welcome Spring” more than flowers. Flowers are a wonderful way to add some creative and colorful sessions into the mix. 0

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Celebrate a Variety of Spring Holidays

March 19, 2015

Along with the warmer weather, spring brings thoughts of holidays that are more familiar to children. Many families celebrate Easter and Passover during the early spring. For those who may not participate in these holidays, they are likely still familiar with the matzah, chocolate eggs, and bunnies that fill retail stores. These holidays give us […]

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Luck of the Irish on St. Patrick’s Day

March 12, 2015

Everyone is a little Irish on St. Patrick’s, Day thanks to all of the fun surrounding the holiday. Everyone has fun saying “top o’ the morning” and wearing green to celebrate. Festivities throughout many communities allow people to embrace another culture. Speech therapy is the perfect time to spread the luck of the Irish to […]

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Speech Practice with Song and Movement

March 5, 2015

Sometimes being a little silly and singing can help kids to be more engaged during speech and language sessions. Kids of all ages like to sing and dance, although older kids may be more reluctant to admit it, so embrace this in sessions from time to time. Music is a great way to incorporate singing […]

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Increase Your Skill Set With a Degree in Dyslexia Therapy

February 26, 2015

Over the past decade or so, more and more children are being diagnosed with dyslexia. This language-based learning disability includes a variety of symptoms that result in individuals having difficulties with specific language skills. Oftentimes, teachers will notice it when problems with reading begin. Many children who are dyslexic have a difficult time with spelling, […]

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