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Am I Confusing My Child? Bilingual Education & Common Myths

September 20, 2021

As a bilingual speech-language pathologist, I'm often contacted by concerned parents who are worried that exposing their children to two languages is..

How to Perform Routines-Based Early Intervention

August 17, 2021

Many state-run early intervention (EI) programs operate on a routines-based treatment model, such as in New Jersey.  However, based on discussions..

When Your Child Has A Speech Delay: How To Help Late Talkers

July 19, 2021

Do you have a “late talker” at home? If so, this blog post is for you.While children develop at different rates, there are generally-accepted..

Speech Sounds By Age: What Sounds Should My Child Be Able to Pronounce?

June 28, 2021

Do you have a child whose speech is unclear? Is it hard for you to understand what they’re saying? To some degree, this is normal for very young..

Bilingualism: Myths and Facts

May 17, 2021

As a bilingual speech-language pathologist, I frequently meet bilingual families who are advised to speak only English in their households due to the..

Sunny Days, Inc. Acquires Gore Therapy Center

April 8, 2021

On April 1, 2021, Sunny Days, Inc., one of the nation’s leading early intervention and autism services providers, acquired Gore Therapy Center, a..

Imitation Beyond Flattery: The First Way We Learn

March 15, 2021

Oscar Wilde once said that "imitation is the sincerest form of flattery." He was probably right, but imitation, besides being a great compliment, is..

Why is Tummy Time Important? 8 Ways To Make It More Fun

March 2, 2021

Whether you are a new parent, a professional who works with babies, or a caregiver of a little one, knowing the importance of "tummy time" is very..

Moment of Truth: Appreciating Diversity & Inclusion In The Workplace

March 1, 2021

Moment of truth: As a black woman, writing my feelings about diversity and inclusion in the workplace today is difficult. Not because I lack feelings..

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