Tag: Speech Pathology


How to Discover Receptive and Expressive Language Challenges in My Child Language Development

How to Discover Receptive and Expressive Language Challenges in My Child This article provides helpful information for you to discover if your child is struggling with receptive and expressive language challenges. For language development delays, click here. As you may have read in our previous article, language delays are different from speech issues your child may experience and it’s important to know if they are...

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Speech and Language Toys for Building Pronunciation, Articulation, Receptive and Expressive Language Speech

Speech and Language Toys for Building Pronunciation, Articulation, Receptive and Expressive Language This article provides helpful toys for speech and language development. Affiliate links are included for your convenience. One of the biggest worries when your child is transitioning from an infant to a toddler is if they are reaching their developmental milestones. It’s hard to know if a child is on track or if...

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Vestibule Disfunction: Why Poor Hearing Development Affects Your Child’s Vestibular, Balance, Speech and Language Auditory Processing

Vestibule Disfunction: Why Poor Hearing Development Affects Your Child’s Vestibular, Balance, Speech and Language This article provides helpful information about how your child’s vestibule cochlea could affect your child’s hearing, processing and auditory system for higher learning. Affiliate links are included for your convenience. Hearing is like a complicated game of telephone and when every part of the ear is not in sync, problems arise...

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Using Beach Home Therapy Camp for Sensory Integration, Social Cues and Non-Verbal  Children Sensory

Using Beach Home Therapy Camp for Sensory Integration, Social Cues and Non-Verbal Children This article provides helpful Beach Home Therapy activities and resources for non-verbal children and children who struggle with social cues and speech and language. Affiliate links are included for your convenience. The brain is an amazing organ that controls all the functions of the body. Among all the jobs it does, for...

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Hygiene: Fun Activities to Teach Kids Personal Hygiene Parenting

Hygiene: Fun Activities to Teach Kids Personal Hygiene Guest Post Christine Hill Integrated Learning Strategies is excited to feature kids hygiene with guest blogger Christine Hill While many of the recommendations below are great for children and parents, some accommodations or exceptions may be made for children with learning challenges and learning disabilities. As your child moves from infancy into toddlerhood (and beyond), there are some things...

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FOX 13’s THE PLACE: Find out why chewing on things could help kids focus in school Sensory

Fox 13’s The Place: Find out why chewing on things could help kids focus in school We’re having a great time with Fox 13’s The Place talking about oral sensory activities to help sensory sensitive children “awaken” their oral receptors for underdeveloped sensory systems, proprioception, and speech and language. Children with underdeveloped oral sensory motor tend to crave or desire more oral sensory motor input to keep their bodies...

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Music Therapy: Study Says Music Key for Non-Verbal Children and Children with Speech and Language Delays Speech

Music Therapy: Study Says Music Key for Non-Verbal Children and Children with Speech and Language Delays This article contains information regarding music therapy and how it helps improve learning disorders and academics. Affiliate links are included for your convenience. To learn more about Music Therapy, complete the form below. The concept for using music as a form of healing dates back to the times of...

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Electric Toothbrush: “My Mouth Won’t Work” – Awakening Sensory Receptors for Speech and Language Speech

Electric Toothbrush: “My Mouth Won’t Work” – Awakening Sensory Receptors for Speech and Language This post discusses how the electric toothbrush and other methods can help with speech and language development. Affiliate links are included for your convenience. If you’ve ever stood up in front of a large audience or been in a situation where you were trying to impress a cute boy or girl,...

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Late Bloomer or LANGUAGE DELAY? Common Delays in Your Child’s Language Development Language Development

Late Bloomer or Language Delay? Common Delays in Your Child’s Language Development This article provides helpful information for your child’s language development. It can help you determine if your child struggles with expressive or receptive language and if they need professional assistance. Have you ever watched a baby develop their language skills? Have you ever stopped to think about how language develops? Understanding how language...

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Articulation and Enunciation: The Mysteries Behind Your Child’s Language Development Development

Articulation and Enunciation: The mysteries behind your child’s language development Other parts in our Language Development Series: Speech versus Language Signs and symptoms of receptive versus expressive language Articulation and Enunciation Late bloomer or language delay? Early language intervention As a review, speech is about how we form words, how we say words, and how well people around us understand the words we speak. The...

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