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Speech therapy can address a wide variety of communication difficulties – problems pronouncing specific sounds, weak vocabulary, speaking with incorrect grammar, using language in socially inappropriate ways. And the list goes on! My hope in this blog is to highlight some issues I see in my own speech room and to address the concerns most prominent to you, the reader.…





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Added by Jeanette Stickel on October 1, 2011 at 11:57pm — No Comments

SPEECH AND LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT

I’m new to blogging, in fact this is my first day dipping into this form of communication. I am a mom with grown children but I work with little ones every day as a Speech-Language Therapist. In fact, I have worked in this field for over 30 years! (Maybe you can guess why my profile picture is of trees.)



With the current shortage of speech therapists, I realize parents and caregivers might be the only speech/language “teachers” the children in their care ever encounter, but what…

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Added by Jeanette Stickel on August 27, 2011 at 10:00pm — No Comments

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