Does my child have dyslexia?

If your child is having trouble learning to read, you may be wondering if they have dyslexia. Dyslexia is a language-based learning disability that results in unexpected difficulty with reading and writing skills. Children with dyslexia often have average or above-average intelligence in the areas of oral language or math, but may not be succeeding academically due to specific written language difficulties. Read more...

Does my child need speech therapy?

When it comes to child development, there is a wide range of normal. If your child appears to be having difficulty communicating, it can be hard to know when it is time to contact a speech-language pathologist. A consultation with an experienced speech-language pathologist is a great way to get your questions answered and find out more about typical speech and language development. Schedule your free consultation now, or continue reading for some red flags that may indicate your child could benefit from a speech/language evaluation. Read more...

Holiday fun!

No time for speech therapy homework during the busy holiday season? No problem! Every day activities provide a great opportunity to practice many speech and language skills, and holiday traditions are no exception! If you’re like our family, you try to fit in many fun activities during the winter break. One of our favorites is making and decorating Christmas cut-out cookies! Check out these great ways to practice speech and language skills with your child during this fun holiday activity! Read more...




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