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After months of leisure and unstructured free time in the summer, fall activities are a fantastic opportunity to get back into a routine and encourage children to spend as much time outside as possible. Many children spend most of their free time indoors, playing video games or scrolling through social media. Too much time spent…Read More
Our children have unique lived experiences that we will never quite relate to as adults. For instance, not only have Gen Z children grown up with the Internet and social media their whole lives, but they also spent the past two years attending school either entirely or partially online. At this point, your tech-savvy kids…Read More
Are you a dedicated parent who wants to see their child succeed? Of course you are! Watching your child struggle with their daily tasks and feeling like you are at a loss on how to help is difficult. Parenting is hard but it shouldn’t be so difficult to where you feel helpless when it comes…Read More
A receptive language disorder can often fly under the radar until a child is school-aged. Is can be difficult to recognize a receptive language delay in children under 3 years old. When learning letters and how to read, parents and teachers often begin to see signs a child is struggling. Receptive language disorders affect how…Read More
The /r/ sound is important in speech. It is considered a high-frequency sound. This means that it occurs more often in the English language than most other sounds. The only sounds that occur more often are the /n/ and /t/ sounds. Is your child able to produce the /s/ sound? Most children will master the…Read More
Over the course of the last year, many schools have been taking an alternative approach to learning. Some students are distance learning, while some are going to school part-time. As COVID-19 cases decrease, students will begin moving back into a classroom setting. While online learning may decrease, online therapy doesn’t have to. Whether your school…Read More