Category Archives: Speech Therapy

Dyslexia

Dyslexia is one of the most common language learning disorders, but did you know we can observe warning signs of dyslexia before a child even begins learning to read? We can! Dyslexia affects a variety of language skills not simply reading and writing, so we may observe potential signs of dyslexia or other language disorders […]

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Using Books to Encourage Language Development

 Reading daily to your child is one of the best ways to encourage language development. Books allow you to introduce your child to a wide range of vocabulary and situations that your child might not otherwise encounter in their typical day. They allow your child to think through challenging situations, understand the sequence of events, […]

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What is Orton-Gillingham reading therapy?

Ashley Hopkins, who was recently trained in Orton-Gillingham, explains how this multi-sensory approach to reading fits into her Speech Therapy sessions.  We are proud to offer this service in our Chelsea and Birmingham locations. Reading has always been a passion of mine. I love children’s books and try to incorporate them into my speech therapy […]

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Where has the summer gone?!

Here at Child’sPlay Therapy Center, we’re already getting ready for Fall and school schedules. As the summer winds down, and you enjoy these last few weeks of freedom and togetherness, please consider some of these tips for language-packed, summer fun. Play outside- get active with your kids. Get them up earlier to start getting back […]

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