Why would I opt for online speech therapy? Isn't that just going to add more screen time to their day? First, I completely agree... kids are engaging in enormous amounts of screen time... so how do we manage this? How much is too much? Do I not simplify my life with online learning because I am worried about screen time? 1. Quality This days we can find anything from services to goods to information online. The internet and the ease it brings to our lives isn't going way. M
An inclusive team environment starts by recognizing that everyone communicates differently. Here are some tips for Coaches to create an inclusive team culture. 1. Commit to Awareness and Understanding Commit to learning and understanding your players' communication styles. Consider that someone on your team may be hard of hearing, have ADHD, Autism, or other Sensory challenges. Seek to understand and put yourself in their shoes. 2. Ask Questions The only way to really know ho
"My baby is 12 months old and he still has not said his first word. What should I do? This is a question often asked by parents. Just because your child hasn't said his first word by his birthday doesn't mean that they are delayed, but it is something to keep an eye on. Below are some ways that parents can encourage children to use language. 1. Don't anticipate your child's needs. Try to let them communicate what they want by using words. 2. Speak slowly and use short phrases
Why should you try online Speech Therapy for you or your loved one? In this blog post we’ll tell you why you should schedule speech therapy via telepractice. 1. Convenience Easy and Simple! Speech therapy at your fingertips! All you need is computer, laptop, or tablet, a camera and microphone! These days, cameras and microphones are almost always integrated on a computer, laptop, or tablet. You can attend a session from anywhere as long as you have access to the internet. 2.
Speech therapy for articulation involves a lot of work because it's about unlearning bad habits, retraining new habits, and then generalizing those skills to your child's everyday conversation. Traditional speech therapy works for the majority of children who have trouble producing their speech sounds correctly. It's been used since the 1970's and there is plenty of research to back it up. But sometimes traditional speech therapy isn't enough... there are other things that c