Understandably, when a child comes to therapy, they have so much fun. They make neat things, play with awesome toys ... and then when they go home, we as parents … Continue reading Thursday Therapy Material – Snowman in a Bag
Our children spent the past 10 months learning all these amazing skills academically and therapeutically. While summer is such a needed siesta, as a parent we always need to look … Continue reading Preventing the Summer Slide
AAC use can be very overwhelming initially. I always tell my families, give yourself GRACE. To start, here's 3 things to consider. Keep the device accessible - this means the … Continue reading 3 Tips for successful AAC use!
Monday Meet Up! Let's meet Shannon. We welcomed Shannon to our team last year and we're so happy to introduce her to you! Shannon's journey began four years ago when … Continue reading Monday Meet Up: Meet Shannon, the ASL professional!
Considering getting back into my creation days. I realized with St. Patty's right around the corner, I wanted to share the ABCs in ASL! These cards are great laminated and … Continue reading St Patrick’s Day ASL’s ABCs
We had such a great time with the Grinch AKA "Big Green Guy" and Santa AKA "the big man in the suit," we had to ask the Bunny to come! … Continue reading Easter Bunny is hopping over! Come See!
It provides exposure to language that your child may not experience on a daily basis. It helps your child develop understanding of the meaning of words. When a child understands … Continue reading 4 Reasons why reading is so important for your child with language delays
We welcome abroad Alex! With his Masters in both Education and Occupational Therapy, Alex is loving his transition from teaching to therapy. Speech Language Associates is so excited to have … Continue reading Meet Alex, the OT
We've been discussing how important we feel reading is to your children, no matter their age. We are holding Mommy (parent) and Me Group, "Building Blocks to Language" to support … Continue reading Mommy and me Classes starting! building Blocks to language
Your child may be in preschool, they may be at daycare, or they may just be at home with you or another family member. Either way, should they be reading/being … Continue reading Should I Be Reading With My Toddler?