Speech Therapy   •   May 27, 2020

Descriptive Language in Speech-Language Therapy

Is your little one working on attributes and descriptions in speech therapy? This skill is so important as children develop vocabulary knowledge.  As our kiddos enter school age, our students are required to use language to inform, persuade and describe.  We want them to use these skills to write paragraphs and explain their answers in […]

teletherapy   •   May 25, 2020

Fine motor Development and Hand strengthening

Looking for a new activity to engage your little ones during this extra time at home? Look no further because we have great ideas for you and your kiddos to keep them building on their current skills while having fun participating. Does your child need some new ways to help strengthen the muscles in his […]

Speech Therapy   •   May 14, 2020

Using Core Words In Speech and Language Therapy

Most of these are core words, they are the starting blocks of developing 2 word phrases and eventually longer sentences. Core words are frequently used words that can be stated in multiple situations (i.e. more, go, stop, in, out, etc.). This is compared to words like “milk” or “book” which are what we call “fringe […]

In-home Therapy   •   May 14, 2020

Describing, Categorization, and Vocabulary Building during Pediatric Therapy In Home

Describing is being able to explain that a banana is a yellow, long fruit that can be peeled, cut, and eaten. Categorization is being able to group things together in multiple ways. It’s saying that bananas, apples, and cherries are fruits or a banana, a pineapple, and a lemon are all things that are yellow, […]

teletherapy   •   April 8, 2020

Building Fine Motor Skills in Young Kids

What are fine motor skills? Fine motor skills are used by your baby at any time to explore or complete a task using their hands, fingers, wrists and eyes. They use fine motor skills when they search for an item that attracts them, or when they hold their bottle during feeding times. What is the […]