The Importance of Baby Talk

By: Megan Crenshaw, M.A., CF-SLP There are many studies that have been conducted on the many benefits that reading can provide to toddlers in terms of language and speech development. Have you ever considered if simply talking to your child can do the same? Yes,...

Supporting Autism in the Classroom

By: Shelby Blossom-Ferguson, M.S., CF-SLP Some people have never experienced the struggles children with autism deal with every day. Imagine being in a room with bright lights, people yelling, and a loud fan. It would be very tough to focus and listen to each task...

Betime Routines

By: Lillie Sutton, B.S. Sleep battles can be one of the biggest challenges of parenthood. Developing a bedtime routine is beneficial for children. It can help your child to sleep well and be well rested for the next day. Here is an example of how to develop a healthy...

One Tough Cookie

By Chandler Clingan, OTR/L Most people cannot recall the first bite they ever took. Eating for the general population is habitual and is a naturally occurring task we perform on a daily basis. But for some infants, children, and even adults, eating is one of the most...

Stay Healthy this Cold and Flu Season

By Elizabeth Huffstutter, Psy.D. As the winter season approaches, it is important to remember some key facts to staying healthy. There are several simple strategies we can use to keep ailments away. One of the most important steps to staying well is to wash your...

Sleep Cycles

Sleep is critical for children and needs to be a priority for parents. Each baby needs to establish a sleep-wake cycle. This cycle gets regulated by light and dark but the rhythm takes time to develop. When the schedule is still developing, or is not regulated, it...

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