Resolve to Stop Your Child’s Thumb Sucking

Many children suck their thumbs and fingers. It’s a completely natural habit, which can be useful for babies and young toddlers to cope with life in general. At a certain age, this tool of theirs becomes a problem. Most children stop sucking their thumbs and fingers...

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10 Activities To Prevent the Holiday Learning Slump

Aren’t the holidays wonderful. It’s a chance for quality family time, plus delicious food, beautiful decorations and a break from school. Having your children out of school is a great chance for them to be creative, use their imaginations, and practice their speech...

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Presents Kids Can Make

Kids love giving gifts, but don't usually have money or at least not very much money. To help, we scoured the internet for some amazing homemade gift ideas. Not only will your kids love to give the gift, but they will love making the gift too. Painting Projects...

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Gifts that Develop Speech and Language Skills

Need a few more ideas for presents to put under the tree? Here are some great toys, games, and gifts that will help your child develop their speech and language skills.Gifts that Develop Speech SkillsThe goal of these toys is to get your child making vocal...

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Thanksgiving Crafts and Games

Thanksgiving is here already. You probably know exactly what you are cooking, but check out these festive crafts and games that your kids are sure to enjoy.   Thanksgiving Day Placemats Thanksgiving Day Placemats Thanksgiving Day Activities that Encourage Speech...

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Strategies for a Smooth Holiday Season

The holiday season has begun! Halloween is over and in a few short weeks, it will be Thanksgiving followed by Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, and New Years. The holidays can be filled with family and friends, presents, traditions, and lots of food. This departure from...

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Trick or Treating with Kids who Have Special Needs

Halloween is literally tomorrow. For many, it is a holiday filled with candy, costumes, and parties. For others, it can be a stressful day filled with overwhelming feelings like stress and fear. When your child struggles on a regular basis, a day like Halloween can be...

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Halloween Crafts, Games, and More

The anticipation for Halloween started about a month ago at our house. My kids love Halloween. I’m sure candy is one of the biggest reasons why, but donning a custom on and playing dress up all day long is a close second. If your kids are getting antsy for Halloween,...

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Cheap and Fun Halloween Costume Ideas

Can you believe how quickly this month is zooming by? It is already mid- October! Halloween will be here is just a few short weeks and it is time to start thinking about costume ideas. We have found several websites with cheap and easy costume ideas that your kids...

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Fall Fun Ideas!

Fall has officially begun! It's time to hang your festive fall wreath and bake anything and everything pumpkin. Fall is such a fun time of year as you watch the outside world transition and invite winter in. With the onset of Fall means Halloween and soon after...

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Does my Child Need a 504 or IEP?

You hear the terms 504 and IEP thrown around a lot in regards to school. What exactly is a 504? IEP? How do you qualify for them? How do you know which one is right for your child? We won’t talk much about the qualification process because we have discussed it in a...

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A Guide to Understanding my Child’s Speech IEP

Congrats! You have finished the Individual Education Plan (IEP) for your child. They have given you a copy of it and when you go to read you realize it makes little to no sense. Hopefully this brief guide helps you to better understand your child’s IEP.  ...

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