Reading

Ways to Make Reading Enjoyable for Your Child

Ways to Make Reading Enjoyable for Your Child

By: Brooke Haessig M.A., CF-SLP A common mistake that some parents and teachers make is pushing reading on a child. We all know that the best way for a child to improve their reading skills is to read! However, for some children, this is easier said than done. Some...

What Is Gestalt Language Processing?

What Is Gestalt Language Processing?

By: Kelsey Phillips, M.A., CCC-SLP There are two ways children learn language. Children are either analytic language processors or they are gestalt language processors. It is important to know how your child learns and processes language in order to provide an...

My Child Has Dyslexia. Now What?

My Child Has Dyslexia. Now What?

By: Haley Hall, Learning Specialist Receiving a dyslexia diagnosis can seem overwhelming, but it doesn’t have to be! This diagnosis, while challenging, can give you a lot of answers. You may wonder what’s next now that the diagnosis has been made.  First of all,...

3 Common Reading/Spelling Rules You May Have Forgotten About!

3 Common Reading/Spelling Rules You May Have Forgotten About!

By: Ashley Conrad, M.A., CCC-SLP When it comes to reading/spelling, there are many rules that can be easily forgotten over time. Why do I read the word ride with a long vowel rather than a short vowel? Do I know when to spell a word with “ck” versus “k”? Why in the...