Category Archives: SLP

Study Pinpoints Down Syndrome Milestones

[Source: Disability Scoop] Individuals with Down syndrome continue to learn new skills well into adulthood, according to a study that’s offering a timetable of what to expect from those with the chromosomal disorder. Most people with Down syndrome are able … Continue reading


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Baby Steps Head off a Fussy Eater

[Source: Medical X-Press] Getting kids to try new foods can become a daily showdown. One promising approach: expose babies early on to varied tastes and textures. Researchers in Brisbane, Australia, found that food experiences when just 14 months old can influence the … Continue reading


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Articulation Freebie: No Prep, Roll-A-Bingo R

[Source:  GoldCountrySLP via Speechie Freebies] Hi, I’m Tracy from GoldCountrySLP. Do you need something quick and easy to use during the last few weeks of school? Click below and head over to my blog for a FREEBIE – featuring our … Continue reading


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SLP Corner: “Snow” Much Fun

[Source: Doyle Speech Works] It seems this week the snow was falling across the entire nation. Snow in Tennessee, Oregon, and Louisiana. Everywhere, except right here in New Hampshire. It has been bitter cold, though and we have a lovely … Continue reading


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SLP Corner: Season’s Treating: Using Winter Holiday Traditions in Intervention

[Source:  Activity Tailor] The holidays can bring complications for SLPs. Particularly in a professional setting, they may find it challenging to navigate the religious components of the season, the variety of holidays observed and the diverse ways of observing the same holiday, … Continue reading


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