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Category: pediatric speech therapy

Common Speech Disorders in Children and How to Recognize Them 

The mechanisms that humans use to speak are far more intricate than first meets the eye. Just like human anatomy in general, the inner workings required for us to conceptualize what we want to say and form it into syllables and sounds require cooperation from stomach muscles, tongue, lips, nose,  larynx, and the coordination of […]

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Short Term and Long Term Benefits of Speech Therapy For Your Child

A child’s development is not black and white. As human beings, there is a myriad of factors and characteristics that make us all different, not to mention biological and environmental differences. As with other skills and milestones, the age kids begin speaking can vary. These differences are not always a clear indication of anything. Take […]

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Does My Baby Need Pediatric Speech Therapy Services?

Parents look forward to the day when their child speaks for the first time. Whether it be the word “mama,” “dada,” or any variation therein, it truly is an incomparable moment. These little creatures begin to learn about the world around them, gathering information with each passing minute. It’s a whole new world for them, […]

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