What is Down Syndrome?

What is Down Syndrome?

World Down Syndrome Day is celebrated around on the globe on March 21 - meaning we just celebrated! The date was chosen to be the 21st day of the 3rd month, to signify the uniqueness of the triplication (trisomy) of the 21st chromosome which causes Down syndrome. Down Syndrome...
5 Board Games That are Great for Speech

5 Board Games That are Great for Speech

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5 Physical Therapy Tools You Can Use at Home

5 Physical Therapy Tools You Can Use at Home

The best thing you can do if you or your child are in physical therapy, is do a little bit extra at home. Great work is done in our clinics, but wonderful work is done at home, too! Here are some tools you can keep in your home. Consult with your therapist on what is best for...
Need an Idea for Valentine's Day? Try Slime!

Need an Idea for Valentine's Day? Try Slime!

Looking for some fun, friendly activities for your little one this Valentine holiday? Look no further! ...
What is the difference between unexpected and bad behaviors?

What is the difference between unexpected and bad behaviors?

The words “expected” and “unexpected” in the context of behaviors were coined by Michelle Garcia Winner as part of her Social Thinking Vocabulary. ...
The Best Apps to Work on Social Skills

The Best Apps to Work on Social Skills

Technology has expanded so much and is such a huge part of our every day lives, but it can sometimes be hard to navigate. If you're looking for safe, helpful apps to help your children work on social skills, one of our SLPs has some suggestions for you! ...
What Happened to the Asperger Diagnosis?

What Happened to the Asperger Diagnosis?

Over the years Autistic Disorder, Pervasive Developmental Disorder Not Otherwise Specified, Childhood Disintegrative Disorder, and Asperger’s Syndrome had been listed as subcategories of Pervasive Development Disorder. However, in 2013 when the fifth addition of Diagnostic and...
What is Cerebral Palsy?

What is Cerebral Palsy?

Below are some resources on Cerebral Palsy that you might find useful! If you have questions or concerns, please reach out to your primary care physician for more information. ...
Typical Fine Motor Milestones

Typical Fine Motor Milestones

Are you unsure about what fine motor milestones your child should be hitting? Below is a handy guide that you can use, while keeping in mind that each child is different and progresses at different speeds. ...
How to Create a Speech Room at Home

How to Create a Speech Room at Home

Are you looking for ways to spruce up a room in your home to make it functional and fun for your child, while also promoting speech-language learning and progression? Here are some great ideas and tips to create the perfect speech room right in your home! ...
How to Get Your Toddler Talking Through Play

How to Get Your Toddler Talking Through Play

If you’re a parent who leaves a therapy session wondering how to help your toddler when you get home, here are some tips on how to work on language through play! ...
What is Clubfoot?

What is Clubfoot?

There are 200,000 children born each year with clubfoot - but many are unfamiliar with the name. Below are some facts about clubfoot that you may not have heard before! ...