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Myofunctional Therapy Guide for Parents: Treating Oral Muscle Imbalance

Myofunctional Therapy Guide for Parents: Treating Oral Muscle Imbalance

Myofunctional Therapy: A Comprehensive Guide for Parents You may not have heard about myofunctional therapy before. But this rehabilitative approach offers immense benefits for promoting proper oral muscle function, facilitating speech clarity, improving body posture...

Why Teletherapy Enables Successful Speech Therapy from Home

Why Teletherapy Enables Successful Speech Therapy from Home

The Benefits of Teletherapy for Speech Therapy Teletherapy, also called telepractice, allows speech therapists to conduct remote sessions using video conferencing technology. This virtual model makes speech therapy more accessible and convenient while remaining...

How to Select the Best Pediatric Speech Therapist for Your Child

How to Select the Best Pediatric Speech Therapist for Your Child

How to Choose the Right Speech Therapist for Your Child If your child has been diagnosed with a communication disorder, receiving help from a talented speech therapist can be life-changing. But with so many options, how do you choose the right fit? Consider important...

The Importance of Early Speech Therapy Intervention for Children

The Importance of Early Speech Therapy Intervention for Children

The Importance of Early Speech Therapy Intervention for Children Communication skills allow children to express their wants and needs, interact socially, and participate in education. That’s why early speech therapy intervention is so important for kids’ overall...

Pediatric Client Behavior: How do I manage it?

Pediatric Client Behavior: How do I manage it?

Pediatric Client Behavior: How do I manage it? Julia Caserta When I started graduate school for speech-language pathology in 2014, I had a well-developed understanding that behavior management would be a large part of my work every day. My background is working as a...

Using Children’s Literature to Support Language Development

Using Children’s Literature to Support Language Development

Using Children’s Literature to Support Language Development Laura Elliott Adams, M.S., CCC-SLP My mother was the head librarian at the Hillsdale Library in San Mateo. From an early age, I would spend entire days at the library. My “babysitter” was a good book in...

What You Can Do at Home to Help Your Young Child Who Stutters

What You Can Do at Home to Help Your Young Child Who Stutters

What You Can Do at Home to Help Your Young Child Who Stutters For reference sources: westutter.org There are many things you can do that may help a young child to talk more smoothly. These  strategies will not cure your child’s stuttering (bumpy speech). Instead,...