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Who doesn’t love a good Family Game Night? They are not only fun but can be used to target so many developmental areas, including social skills, sportsmanship, following directions, reasoning, and ...

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Setting Your Child Up For Success In Therapy

Your child will do their best in therapy if they are ready to participate and learn. We have put together a few suggestions for setting your child up for success in therapy. General: Make sure ...

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Nobody Ever Told Me (or my Mother) That! by Diane Bahr

Nobody Ever Told Me (or my Mother) That! by Diane Bahr is a great resource for parents regarding feeding, breathing, and even speech development. This book was written by a SLP in an easy to read a...

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Spring/Summer Shoe Selection

With warmer weather approaching, we'd like to share some "spring/summer" shoe must-haves! Some things to look for: Flexible sole Closed toe Wide toe box Little to no toe rise Slightly elevat...

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TalkTools Honey Bear

The TalkTools Honey Bear is probably our favorite way to teach straw drinking to the little ones around our clinic.  Straw drinking can be started as earlier as 6 months of age if your child is rea...

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Fisher Price Laugh & Learn Tea Set

Let’s talk about another really amazing imaginative play toy! The Fisher-Price Tea Set by children of all ages at the clinic. It is recommended for ages 18 months and older. The tea pot in this set...

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Stilts

Pretend play is always fun but it is extra fun when you can be a dinosaur or a monster (or any other animal you can dream up) stomping down the hallway. Here are a few ideas for use at home: Speec...

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Screen Time

What is screen time? Screen time is the amount of time that someone spends using a device. It includes playing games – on a smartphone or games console –, streaming video content or TV shows, brows...

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Squigz

Squigz are a fan favorite with all of our therapies here! They are recommended for ages 3 & up and target so many developmental areas. Here are a few ideas for use at home: Speech & Langua...

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Don't Push The Button!

Don’t Push The Button! by Bill Cotter is a fun, interactive book that is involves a very curious monster named Larry. The book is part of a whole series of interactive books. It is recommended for ...

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