Month: September 2015

Fall Songs and Fingerplays

Fall is a great time of year.  Cooler weather, pumpkins and football games – what’s not to love?   One way to have fun this fall is to teach your child a few fingerplays and songs.  Using songs and fingerplays is

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What Parents Need to Know about Stuttering

by:  Mallory Bruce, M.S., CF-SLP Speech-Language Pathologist What is Stuttering?   “Stuttering is a communication disorder involving disruptions, or “dysfluencies,” in a person’s speech” (National Stuttering Association). What makes stuttering so unique is that there is no known cause for stuttering

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Our Sensory System

Written By: Carly Harrison, OT Student Intern Designed By: Liz McMahon, Clinical Director

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