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Articulation is one of the big challenges that children have when they are beginning to speak. Briefly, articulation is a child’s ability to correctly formulate and produce different phonemes (sounds). Here is a bingo game to tackle the /TH/ sound! Read all about articulation in our blog!
A million words. That is a lot of vocabulary. That is how many fewer words children will hear by kindergarten if they are not exposed to books. Reading to kids can have so many benefits; read all about it in our blog page and go ahead...Read to your children!
Childhood apraxia of speech (CAS) is a neurological childhood (pediatric) speech sound disorder in which the precision and consistency of movements underlying speech are impaired in the absence of neuromuscular deficits (e.g. abnormal reflexes, abnormal tone). Learn all about Apraxia of Speech in our blog post!

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An “articulation error” is a broad term given to a number of speech sound disorders. For your child to speak clearly, a complex process of planning, coordination, and movement of their oral speech structures needs to occur. Learn all about articulation errors and explore a case study focusing on a frontal lisp.
Though the R sound is one of the most commonly used sounds in the English language, it is also notoriously known as one of the trickiest. In fact, the R sound is one of the last sounds to be mastered by children, and though it begins to emerge at 3 years of age, it often only matures at the ages of 6 or 7. Learn how to tackle the "R" sound effectively!
Let’s imagine that your child is 8 years old and has a frontal lisp and that you are targeting the /s/ sound. You will move up the articulation hierarchy as follows... Read all about it on our Speech Therapy Case Study blog!

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Help them control the fear that is associated with social speaking. Practice breathing exercises. Join a support group. Develop a sense of humor about stuttering.  This and much more is what you can find in our blog post. Check the link in the description.  #Speechdelay #Smartphone #kids #Slp Speech Therapy, Architecture, Speech Delay, Speech Therapy Tools, Speech Therapy Activities, Speech Language Therapy, Stuttering Therapy, Speech Therapy Resources, Speech Therapy Materials
When your kid stutters...
Help them control the fear that is associated with social speaking. Practice breathing exercises. Join a support group. Develop a sense of humor about stuttering. This and much more is what you can find in our blog post. Check the link in the description. #Speechdelay #Smartphone #kids #Slp
The R sound is a very unusual sound that has multiple variations. There are as many as 32 different sounding types of the R sound. Because of the complexity, the focus of this article is on the R consonant sound and how you can use our app to practice this sound to help your child learn to say it correctly. Read our blog post to get the ideas on tackling the "r" sound, great tips and tricks and a great "r" sound bingo chart! Adhd, Phonics Activities, Parents, English, Phonics, Phonics Flashcards, Phonics Reading, Language Activities, Language Therapy
R Articulation Sound
The R sound is a very unusual sound that has multiple variations. There are as many as 32 different sounding types of the R sound. Because of the complexity, the focus of this article is on the R consonant sound and how you can use our app to practice this sound to help your child learn to say it correctly. Read our blog post to get the ideas on tackling the "r" sound, great tips and tricks and a great "r" sound bingo chart!
Help them control the fear that is associated with social speaking. Practice breathing exercises. Join a support group. Develop a sense of humor about stuttering.  This and much more is what you can find in our blog post. Check the link in the description.  #Speechdelay #Smartphone #kids #Slp
When your kid stutters...
Help them control the fear that is associated with social speaking. Practice breathing exercises. Join a support group. Develop a sense of humor about stuttering. This and much more is what you can find in our blog post. Check the link in the description. #Speechdelay #Smartphone #kids #Slp
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Should I Use a Pacifier? | Speech Room
Many parents joke around about pacifiers being their new best friends. Some even say they’re a life savior; but is it always good to use them? Is there an age they should stop? And most importantly, can a pacifier affect a toddler’s speech and language development? This article explores the pros and cons of using a pacifier, and whether or not it can affect a child’s overall language development.
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Pros & Cons of Pacifiers | Speech Room
This is a must read for new parents that have questions about pacifiers and their babies. Should parents use pacifiers? What if their child doesn't want to stop using the pacifier? Will this affect language development? All of these, and more, questions are answered in this post about the use of pacifiers.
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Pacifiers and Language Development | Speech Room
The use of pacifiers is somewhat controversial and always a question that is asked by parents. This article explores the pros and cons of using a pacifier, and whether or not it can affect a child's overall language development. Plus some tips on what to do if your child doesn't want to stop using a pacifier!
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B Sound Articulation Bingo | Speech Room
Save this post for a FREE download of articulation bingo as well as books that parents can read with their children and words that you can practice the B consonant sound with your kids. There are great articulation practice ideas that you can do with your child who is struggling with the /b/ consonant sound.
"I’m sharing this because I feel like it might help parents dealing with their child’s disability/diagnosis, their own learning struggles, or witnessing someone who is displaying difficulties. Read on for reasons why Stacie became a speech-language pathologist. Parenting Knowledge, Preschool Special Education, Preschool Age, Speech Pathology, Speech Language Pathologists, Children In Need
The Reasons I Became A Speech Pathologist | Speech Room
"I’m sharing this because I feel like it might help parents dealing with their child’s disability/diagnosis, their own learning struggles, or witnessing someone who is displaying difficulties. Read on for reasons why Stacie became a speech-language pathologist.
We love this graphic explaining auditory processing disorder. There is not a ton of information on this diagnosis, but we have done our best to explain what APD is, what some signs and symptoms to look for are and what skills may be affected with an APD diagnosis. It's a great jumping off point if you are just starting gathering information on APD. Auditory Processing Disorder Adults, Social Emotional Health, Auditory Processing Disorder, Auditory Processing, Receptive Language, Mental Health Counseling, Developmental Delays, Processing Disorder
APD: Auditory Processing Disorder | Speech Room
We love this graphic explaining auditory processing disorder. There is not a ton of information on this diagnosis, but we have done our best to explain what APD is, what some signs and symptoms to look for are and what skills may be affected with an APD diagnosis. It's a great jumping off point if you are just starting gathering information on APD.
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Perceptual, Motor, and Physical Development | Speech Room
Children’s development is broken down into four types: fine motor, gross motor, perception, and health, safety, and nutrition. We take a look at each of these types of development in more detail - what they are and what these milestones look like in children.
Even though kids with Down syndrome may struggle, there is a lot of information that has been discovered recently in research and case studies that can help with their speech and language progress. This is where total communication, using sign language, picture boards, and/or electronic devices can serve as transitional communication means. Down Syndrome, Coping Skills, Down Syndrome Kids, Social Emotional Learning, Language Delay
Down Syndrome and Speech | Speech Room
Even though kids with Down syndrome may struggle, there is a lot of information that has been discovered recently in research and case studies that can help with their speech and language progress. This is where total communication, using sign language, picture boards, and/or electronic devices can serve as transitional communication means.
Even though kids with Down syndrome may struggle, there is a lot of information that has been discovered recently in research and case studies that can help with their speech and language progress. This is where total communication, using sign language, picture boards, and/or electronic devices can serve as transitional communication means.
Down Syndrome and Speech | Speech Room
Even though kids with Down syndrome may struggle, there is a lot of information that has been discovered recently in research and case studies that can help with their speech and language progress. This is where total communication, using sign language, picture boards, and/or electronic devices can serve as transitional communication means.
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What is Auditory Processing Disorder? | Speech Room
There is somewhat of a lack of clarity around the diagnosis and treatment of APD, but this article does a great job of explaining what it is, what skills are affected if you have auditory processing disorder, what are some signs and symptoms you can look for and what the treatment possibilities are (in school or out of school).
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12 Strategies (in the classroom) for Language Processing Disorder | Speech Room
If you have a student with language processing disorder in your classroom, then this article is a MUST save! You will find great strategies to use in the classroom to support students with LPD. These tips are also wonderful for parents to use at home with a child who has LPD.
Children who are diagnosed with Down syndrome typically develop speech and language skills at a slower rate than other children. But don’t despair, help is on the way! This is where total communication, using sign language, picture boards, and/or electronic devices can serve as transitional communication means. Phonological Processes
How Down Syndrome Affects Children's Speech Development? | Speech Room
Children who are diagnosed with Down syndrome typically develop speech and language skills at a slower rate than other children. But don’t despair, help is on the way! This is where total communication, using sign language, picture boards, and/or electronic devices can serve as transitional communication means.