Monthly Archives: October 2013

Early Language Activities at Home

As parents, you have the greatest impact on your child’s speech and language development.   I would like to address three of my favorite daily routines for targeting language goals within the home environment.  We will talk about how to target specific vocabulary during bath time, mealtime, and bedtime. Let’s start by talking about bath time.  […]

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Sensory Processing Disorders: Tips for the “Out of Sync” Child

Many children with sensory processing issues can become frustrated and overwhelmed in environments that are over stimulating.  Over stimulating environments may include the grocery store, classroom environment, or crowded areas.  For many children, additional proprioceptive input is helpful in calming the child and helping the child to feel more grounded within their body. Proprioception refers […]

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