My Journey as an SLP and Mom

My Journey as an SLP and Mom

My journey into graduate school began when my youngest child was only five weeks old. My life consisted of clinical rounds and studying until the wee hours of the morning all while taking care of my three children. Needless to say, my life was chaotic and busy. Little did I...
4 Main Functions of Behavior

4 Main Functions of Behavior

Here is a scenario parents may be familiar with. Brian is in the car with his mom, and he starts to have a tantrum. Mom begins by giving him a snack, a toy, and drink to figure out what he wants. Once Brian gets a drink he and he stops the tantrum. Why was Brian having a...
Top 5 Mistakes You Are Making When You Are Feeding Your Kids

Top 5 Mistakes You Are Making When You Are Feeding Your Kids

Please Note: Many children are picky. Only a tiny percentage of children have medical or behaviorally-based feeding issues that require targeted interventions. This post is primarily focused on children who have general feeding difficulties and not those with issues severe...
Tips for Flying with Your Children

Tips for Flying with Your Children

By Ginger Geldreich Jones
Flying can be stressful when it’s a solo trip – making sure you don’t forget anything, arriving early enough but not so early that you’re sitting in the terminal for hours, getting the perfect seat by the window or aisle, dealing with layovers, etc. It’s not always a...
4 Tips for Healthy Child Development

4 Tips for Healthy Child Development

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Top 3 Books to Help Your Child Thrive in the Kitchen

Top 3 Books to Help Your Child Thrive in the Kitchen

Here are a few books that our Feeding Therapists love and are parent-friendly! Each book is written by Speech- Language Pathologist’s and even a Pediatrician who are each very respected in the Feeding community: ...
4 Ways to Establishing Instructional Control

4 Ways to Establishing Instructional Control

Parents face many challenges when raising their children. What one of the leading struggles parents may encounter is how to get their children to do something they do not want to do. In Applied Behavior Analysis when an adult can give directions and the child follows through...
5 Exercises to Strengthen Core Muscles

5 Exercises to Strengthen Core Muscles

5 Exercises to Strengthen Core Muscles ...
How Music Therapy Can Help Your Child Achieve Their Goals

How Music Therapy Can Help Your Child Achieve Their Goals

Music Therapy is a treatment modality that will not only allow your child to enjoy their session but achieve their goals across multiple areas of need. ...
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...