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Step Away From the Sippy Cups!

As a mom of young kids, I am frequently asked about the best cups and feeding devices to use to help avoid speech impairments. In this blog post, a mom and SLP says it best, "Step Away From the Sippy Cups!" Enjoy this quick read.

9 Strategies to Encourage Generalization of Social Thinking Concepts and Related Social Skills

I often find that for kids with social challenges, using these skills in day to day situations and settings is the toughest part. This is my "go to" article, written by Michelle Garcia Winner and Dr. Pamela Crooke, that maps out a clear plan to help bridge the social gap for our kiddos.

Activities to Encourage Speech and Language Development

This is a clear and simple list of things parents can do to help encourage speech and language development with our kids. I find myself refering back to this often, as a mom and as a Speech Pathologist working with families!

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