Last Minute Holiday Gift Ideas That Build Toddler Speech & Language Skills

Posted on January 05, 2014 by Family Learning Depot | 0 Comments

The hustle and bustle of the holiday season is quickly coming to a close!  . If you’re like me, you’re probably looking for a few last minute gifts for your toddler or young child. .

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Posted in Alphabet, Child, Gift, Narrative

Kid Confidential: Using Thematic Instruction in Speech Therapy

Posted on December 18, 2013 by Maria Del Duca | 0 Comments

I have seen many speech and language activities labeled as “themed” therapy activities just by the mere coincidence that they may sport graphics or clip art associated with a particular theme or ho...

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Posted in Adaptation, Child, Early childhood education, Instruction set, Speech

Only My Favorite Toys Ever

Posted on December 18, 2013 by Kim | 0 Comments

These toys are natural, great for pretend play and are even customizable for your child! I think they'll be your most favorite toys ever too.

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Posted in Blog, Childhood, Early childhood education, Education, Teacher

Collaboration Corner: Supervision 101

Posted on December 16, 2013 by Kerry Davis | 0 Comments

  As a school-based clinician in the Boston area, I’m grateful to have access to some of the greatest learning institutions in the country. As an off-site clinical supervisor, I feel particula...

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Posted in Clinician, Language, Teacher, Week

All I Want for Christmas is My G-Tube Out!

Posted on December 08, 2013 by Melanie Potock | 0 Comments

A Parent’s Expectations and an SLP’s Goals As a pediatric SLP who focuses on feeding, I guide families through the process of transitioning from g-tube feedings to 100% oral feeds and ultimately, r...

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Posted in Child, Christmas, Feeling, Intestine, Pediatrics

Insights Into Effective Language Treatment for Internationally Adopted Children

Posted on December 08, 2013 by Ana Paula Mumy | 0 Comments

How does one arrive at an appropriate diagnosis for children whose language backgrounds are virtually unknown? First, look for patterns of language development. Second, urge prospective parents to ...

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Posted in Adoption, Environmentalism, International adoption, Researcher, Speech

Audiologists: As Hearing Aid Competition Stiffens, Show How Your Services Add Value

Posted on December 08, 2013 by Bridget Murray Law | 0 Comments

Audiologists, of course, know that their health care training is necessary for proper selection and fitting of hearing aids. But the value-added of an audiologist’s services is often unrealized by ...

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Posted in Conversation, Editing, Hearing aid, Noise, Technology