Night Time is for Talking

Daily routines are a great way to give your child extra opportunities for language development. These routines include bath time, meal time, outdoor play, etc. Whatever the “routine” is, it is done very consistently right about the same time each day. Night time routines can have a huge impact on your child’s sleep, language and

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In the first few years of life, hearing is essential in children’s cognitive, emotional, and social development. Hearing allows us to make sense of the environment around us. There is so much emphasis placed on hearing and young children as it should be! Even so, now every state and territory in the US has adopted

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Explaining Language Skill Development to Parents Using a House-Building Analogy

Parents often ask me when their child will start talking. That’s a tough question to address. I’m not a believer in predicting the future or giving false hope by any means. I also don’t want to be negative and dampen parents’ dreams for their child’s future. To navigate this balance in answering, I try to

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