How to differentiate stuttering from cluttering

In this post, we’ll explore the differences between the two and what you can do if you think your child may have one of these disorders.

The troublesome R sound – Why is it difficult to say?

If your child has difficulty pronouncing the /r/ sound, don’t worry. There are many reasons why this may be the case and tips to help correct the problem.

7 Benefits of Teaching your Child Sign Language

Want to give your child a head start? Here are seven reasons why teaching your child sign language is a great idea!

Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) in Speech Therapy

There are many myths about AAC. This article will debunk 6 of the most common ones and explain why they are not true.

Why does my child call everything Foofo? Are they Real Words?

Do your kids make up words? What if your child has a speech problem – should you correct them? Here’s how to manage made up words.

Why is My Child Stuttering, and How Can I Help My Child Overcome Their Stutter?

Best ways to help your child who stutters. In this video/article, we share our “baker’s dozen” tips to help your child with stuttering

Dysphagia: Speech Therapy Helps with the Most Common Speech & Swallowing Disorder

Dysphagia affects how a person swallows, making it difficult to eat, drink, and speak. Speech therapists can help – here’s one story.

S-Sound Help For Kids: Treating a Lisp

Help your child with their lisp to make the S-sound. What a lisp is, why it happens, and what you can do at home to help your child.

Best Way to Read to Kids: Dialogic Reading for Speech & Language Development

Focusing on a book can become an adventure with dialogic reading. Create foundational skills for reading, speech and language development.

Make a New Year’s Time Capsule and Practice Speech Therapy at Home

We’re excited to share this easy New Year’s tradition for kids that can help your toddler with speech therapy.