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All About the “R”

All About the “R”

Why is “r” so hard to say?

The “r” sound can be a difficult sound for children to produce since it is not a visible phoneme unlike many other speech sounds such as “f” or “b”. These speech sounds are visible and easy for children to reproduce when given an example (i.e…

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Do you have a resistant eater?

Do you have a resistant eater?

Family mealtimes are supposed to be enjoyable and most importantly stress free. However, if you are or are living with a resistant eater, mealtimes may be stressful, chaotic, and disheartening. Many individuals feel eating is a basic process merely involving putting th…

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Handwriting Skills Start in the First Year

Handwriting Skills Start in the First Year

The development of handwriting starts in a newborn. During the first year of life a baby grows and develops skills exponentially. In this stage, gross motor development, motor planning, and eye hand coordination are three skills that are engaged and will contribute to…

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Get those Babes on their Tummies

Get those Babes on their Tummies

Tummy time may sound very simple, but it is an important exercise you should find time for daily to set your infant up for successful growth and development. Placing your infant on his or her stomach to explore the world is a building block toward achieving other moto…

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It’s All in the Bag

It’s All in the Bag

It’s that time of year again. The kids are all back in school, all of their supplies have been purchased and now it’s time to check those backpacks. It’s about the time that the homework increases, the amount of book and binders needed increases, and so does the physical load on our kids.

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