I Think My Child Has a Stutter…What Do I Do?

I Think My Child Has a Stutter…What Do I Do?

Many children go through a period of normal dysfluencys during the preschool years as they learn to put sounds, words and sentences together. Normal dysfluencys include word and phrase repetitions and hesitations. Some children, however, develop a speech that includes...

Five Strategies to Build Your Child’s Pre-Linguistic Skills

To become an effective communicator, your child must first develop the necessary pre-linguistic skills. The key to developing these skills lies in giving your child opportunities to communicate and making it fun. 1. Let your child show you what he or she wants If your...

Make the Most Out of Story Time

Six to twelve months after being born your child starts to look at photos, recognize sounds and point to items that interest them. Reading to your child regularly is one of the most important factors for them to develop a healthy level of communication in the infancy...