Category Archives: SLP

Study: Certain Books Can Increase Infant Learning

[Source: Science Daily] Parents and pediatricians know that reading to infants is a good thing, but new research shows reading books that clearly name and label people and objects is even better. That’s because doing so helps infants retain information … Continue reading


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Articulation Menorah

[Source:  Speech Room News] It’s that time of year! Hope you’re looking forward to the Holidays! A few of my students celebrate Hanukkah so when Heidi over at PediaStaff asked me to create some speech or language activities that incorporated the Jewish … Continue reading


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Christmas Pictures Using Duplo Blocks

[Source: Teaching Mama.org] Do your kids like Lego Duplo blocks? My 3-year-old LOVES them! They are perfect for his little hands to manipulate and build things with. While he was playing with them the other day, I came up with … Continue reading


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Infant Brain Responses Predict Reading Speed in Secondary School

[Source: Science Daily] A study conducted at the Department of Psychology at the University of Jyväskylä, Finland and Jyväskylä Centre for Interdisciplinary Brain Research (CIBR) has found that the brain responses of infants with an inherited risk for dyslexia, a … Continue reading


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Postural Stability and Dyslexia

[Source: Your Therapy Source] Gait and Posture published research on postural stability and dyslexia.  The participants included 24 children with dyslexia and 24 children without dyslexia who were evaluated to determine the influence of foot soles and visual information on postural … Continue reading


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