Celebrate “Tell a Joke Day” to Improve Your Speech, or Practice Speech Therapy with Your Kids!

Share these jokes with your kids to encourage communication and speaking. “Laughter is the best medicine,” or so the saying goes! To…

Spring has Sprung 🌻 So Lets Go Outside to Practice Speech

It’s a been a long winter just about everywhere and the speech language pathologists at Better Speech have had about enough of the cold…

St. Patrick’s Day Fun for the Kids with Some Secret Speech Therapy

Did you start the day by putting on your favorite green shirt? Are you eating green eggs and ham? At Better Speech our speech language…

Using Snack-Time to Work on Communication Skills

By Amy Dearing, M.A., CCC-SLP at Better Speech Did you know that toddlers learn best during their everyday activities? That’s why a big…

Do Children Who are Late Talkers Catch Up?

If your child has a limited vocabulary consulting a speech-language pathologist may be beneficial, especially if these risk factors are…

Boo! Halloween with Non-Verbal Kids is a Treat

Tips on how to celebrate Halloween with your non-verbal child in speech therapy for kids. Halloween is a super fun holiday. How bad can…

Help! No One Understands What My Toddler is Saying

One of the things we hear most often from parents of young children is that someone – a distant cousin, a new neighbor, the pediatrician…

Is Your Toddler a Late Talker?

Late talkers are children between the age of 18-30 months and are not speaking as much as they should. They are said to have a speech delay.

Speech Sound Resources

Children learn how to say sounds by listening to the adults around them speak. The same way they learn language. Sounds are typically…

Does Your Child Have Apraxia of Speech?

Childhood apraxia of speech (CAS) is a disorder in children in which they have difficulty positioning their tongue, lips and jaw to make…