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October 16, 2018

Fall is often a time of many changes. When the school year begins, children have changes in their sleep schedules, routines, and who they’re around along with various others.

Many of these changes can pose as great challenges for some kiddos, so it’s important to provid...

September 6, 2018

Without knowing the signs of a stroke, it can be hard to identify when you or a loved one are experiencing one. Therefore, it’s important to be aware of the signs and symptoms of stroke to ensure you can get immediate medical attention.  The main three signs to be awar...

While in grad school, the topics that fascinated me the most (and continue to do so) were anything related to neurology and its effects on cognition and language.  With that in mind, below are some interesting facts about a necessary neurological process that is vital...

As a speech therapist, I get a lot of questions about what exactly it is that I do.  Many people know that speech language pathologists work with children. But what is less commonly known is that we work with adults too!

Below are some common disorders that we often see...

April 10, 2018

Although each child is unique in the rate he/she develops, most children tend to follow a general pattern of speech and language acquisition. As a parent, it is essential to familiarize yourself with these milestones as well as risk factors for when your child is falli...

March 12, 2018

As we have a new PT on staff, I thought it was only fitting to post a blog showcasing one of her specialties...Torticollis!

As a speech therapist, I had absolutely no idea what this was. This is how it was described to me.

Have you ever woken up with a stiff neck, making...

March 26, 2017

Hi everyone and welcome back! This week, we decided to share something we created as a resource for our parents (and a guide for pediatricians). 

We frequently get asked, "What sounds should my child be making right now?", "What speech errors are normal at this age...

March 14, 2017

District Speech and Language Therapy has reached the end of another countdown! Our final favorite speech and language app!

This week: My PlayHome

My PlayHome is one of our favorite apps when working with ages 2-6 years. Our kiddos request to play “the home” often and are...

February 27, 2017

Happy Monday everyone and welcome back to our District Speech and Language Therapy Blog! Today we continue our countdown of great apps that promote speech and language.

Next up: Peekaboo Barn

This one is on my shortlist of favorite apps when I work with the birth to thre...

February 16, 2017

District Speech and Language Therapy is back at it…counting down our top 5 favorite apps for targeting speech and language. 

This week: Articulation Station by Little Bee Speech

Articulation Station is an essential app for us when working with clients. Each time we open...

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