Is My Child’s Speech Development Delayed?

Will early intervention therapy (EI) make a difference? When a child falls behind their peers in one or more areas of emotional, mental, or physical growth, it’s referred to as a developmental delay. Language and speech are the most common type of developmental delays. While speech refers to verbal expression, language is a much broader system of expressing and receiving

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Is Speech Therapy Right For My Child?

When babies first come into the world they are often an enigma for their parents because their only means of communicating their wants and needs is to cry, and finally as they get a bit older and first learn to communicate in more advanced methods, it opens their world in new and important ways. Communication is vital to not only

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Solace Celebrations: Jack is Jumping His Obstacles with Enthusiasm

Every other week, we highlight one of the many special kids we get to work with in therapy! Last time, we discussed the accelerated responsiveness Sebastian had to his speech therapy once his therapist tapped into his love for pictures, in particular pictures of cars! We are very encouraged by the progress Sebastian has made throughout his work with both

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Finding the Best Therapist for In-Home Therapy for Your Child

Does My Child Need Early Intervention?

Early intervention assists children as they work toward meeting their developmental milestones. Developmental milestones are a variety of motor, speech, emotional, social and cognitive skills that children grow into during the first three to five years of life. In some children these milestones are delayed, developing more slowly than is typical for their age group. Signs that indicate possible delayed

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