Speech & Language

Practicing Conversation Skills With Your Child

Practicing Conversation Skills With Your Child

By: Kacy Leuck, M.S., CCC-SLP We all know that kids watch EVERYTHING that we do as adults. This includes watching how we interact socially with others. One of the best ways to help your child build their social skills is to provide them with good examples of positive...

What Causes Speech and Language Disorders?

What Causes Speech and Language Disorders?

If you have concerns about your child’s speech and/or language development or they have recently been diagnosed with a speech or language disorder, you may have questions about how this happened or how concerned you should be. In many instances, the cause of speech...

Speech and Language Milestones For a 3-Year Old

Speech and Language Milestones For a 3-Year Old

By: Meghan Randig, M.A., CCC-SLP Communication is multifaceted and looks a little bit different for every child. However, there are some general language abilities and milestones we can expect to see by a certain age. The following is an outline of language skills...

Speech and Language Milestones for a 4-year old

Speech and Language Milestones for a 4-year old

By: Meghan Randig, M.A., CCC-SLP Communication is multifaceted and looks a little bit different for every child. However, there are some general language abilities and milestones we can expect to see by a certain age. The following is an outline of language skills...

Teaching Phonics to Your Child: Daydreaming of Letters

Teaching Phonics to Your Child: Daydreaming of Letters

By: Suzanne Schuchert, M.S., CCC-SLP Did you know that students can benefit greatly from being taught how to visualize? Visualization is key for long-term recall of phonics concepts and irregular sight words. If our students can “make a picture” of words in their...