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How to Get the Most out of Your Child’s Speech Therapy

How to Get the Most out of Your Child’s Speech Therapy

The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) defines a communication disorder as a condition that impairs one’s ability to send, receive, process, and understand some aspects of communication. These could be verbal, non-verbal, or graphic symbol...
7 Ways Pediatric Speech Therapy Can Help Your Child

7 Ways Pediatric Speech Therapy Can Help Your Child

A pediatric speech therapist is a specialist who helps children to solve speech issues such as listening problems, stuttering, and other points of concern. Millions of parents may not understand the role of a pediatric therapist for their children. If you don’t...
The Importance of Early Intervention

The Importance of Early Intervention

It can be anxiety-inducing to realize that your child’s speech isn’t where it should be or that they’ve developed a speech impediment. After all, it’s normal to want the best for your child. That’s why it’s always best to address...
Does Your Child Need Speech Therapy? Here’s How to Go About It

Does Your Child Need Speech Therapy? Here’s How to Go About It

According to the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA), speech and communication disorders affect approximately 40 million Americans. Treatment for such disorders costs Americans roughly $154 billon to $186 billion every year. A speech disorder is...
Common Questions Parents Have About Speech Therapy

Common Questions Parents Have About Speech Therapy

One in five Americans have suffered from hearing loss in one or both ears. A pediatric speech therapist can sometimes help those with hearing loss learn to communicate better, especially if the condition is addressed early. If your child is starting speech therapy for...