Categories for language development

Articulation Sensation!

August 13, 2019
All children have speech variations during their early language development. Perhaps your child switches different consonants or still mixes words with baby talk. All of these things are normal to a certain age. Some children grow out of these practices or figure out articulation once they have learned to read and see how things are… View Article

AAC and Me

May 23, 2019
AAC Augmentative and Alternative Communication, or AAC, is a widely used tool to aid in communication, speech and language. “AAC includes all of the ways we share our ideas and feelings without talking. We all use forms of AAC every day. You use AAC when you use facial expressions or gestures instead of talking. You… View Article

Tips for Parents to Support Language Development

June 12, 2018
By: Mikeala Pogue As a Speech Language Pathologist, we are experts in speech and language development. However, parents are experts when it comes to their children. A child is usually seen for 30 minutes either once or twice a week by a Speech Pathologist. We need parents to help build language skills when they are… View Article