Just as the ADA and Procter & Gamble made daily tooth brushing the norm with their “Look Mom, no cavities” campaign in the 1950s; just as the federal government declared war on smoking in 1973 and drastically diminished smokers’ ranks; just as Mothers Against Drunk Driving made “One for the Road” taboo; just as the Komen Foundation made the pink ribbon ubiquitous and breast cancer research a priority; so too can we turn daily reading aloud for 15 minutes from a recommendation into a parenting “must.”Read More
Most of us pause or repeat a sound or word when we speak. When this happens a lot, the person may stutter. Young children may stutter for a little while. This is normal and will go away over time. Signs that stuttering might not stop include:Read More
We use our voice to make sounds. Our voice can change when we use it the wrong way. We can lose our voice when we are sick or after talking or yelling a lot. Signs that your child may have a voice disorder include:Read More
Language is made up of the words we use to share ideas and get what we want. Language includes speaking, understanding, reading, and writing. A child with a language disorder may have trouble with one or more of these skills.Read More
A Terrific Tale for 2-Year-OldsRead More
In one amazing day a child can show us so much. Watch for new milestones every day.Read More
If you’re concerned about your child’s development, don’t wait. Acting early can make a real difference!