Terrific Infographic of the Week!

September 10, 2014 | Posted in Preschool Language | By

I love this easy to comprehend infographic.    

Speech Delay, Child Development, and when to seek Speech Therapy

July 24, 2014 | Posted in Preschool Language | By

Let’s talk for just a moment abut when the appropriate time is to seek out a speech therapist.To start, a quick milestone development chart can help you quickly assess your child. 1 to 6 months: Your child should turn towards

Reading to Enhance Lilburn Speech Therapy Sessions

September 17, 2013 | Posted in Preschool Language | By

If your child is in speech therapy in Lilburn for either articulation or auditory problems, reading aloud can do a world of good! Here are some tips for reading aloud to your child to help make their speech therapy more

Using Interactive Metronome in my Lilburn Speech Therapy Practice

May 16, 2013 | Posted in Autism, Motor Skills, Other, Preschool Language, School Age Language, Sensory Processing | By

Are your child’s speech issues exacerbated by attention deficit? It can be so frustrating to spend hours with a speech pathologist, but see progress crawl at a snail’s pace because your child has trouble staying focused on the work required

Trust Your Own Judgment

October 11, 2011 | Posted in Birth to 2, Preschool Language | By

Trust your own judgment… As I contemplate what I want to write about for this blog entry many things come to mind, however there is one thought that keeps replaying based on something that happened this weekend… Trust Your Own