ABA Says PLAY!

ABA Says PLAY!

ABA is back again and we’re starting a series of posts about PLAY! • Do you ever wonder HOW to play with your child? Some of us adults love to play with our kids, and some of us just don’t prefer it and that’s okay! maybe we can help you learn to enjoy it 😉 […]

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Bilingual Toddler – Benefits!

Bilingual Toddler – Benefits!

Fact: Learning another language does not cause speech or language problems to get worse! Research shows that learning another language has a TON of benefits for your little one. _ 1 Educational benefits: research has shown that bilingual children preform better on tests that involve abstract thinking and problem solving. _ 2 Language benefits: once […]

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Have Fun with Sensory Integration!

Have Fun with Sensory Integration!

Sensory integration is the way in which your child takes in and processes the sensory information in their environment. It is important to allow your child to explore a variety of different sensory inputs throughout their day, especially through play based activities. Here are a list of a few ways to incorporate sensory strategies into […]

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Parenting Tips: CHOICES

Parenting Tips: CHOICES

Choice-making is an important skill for kids to learn, it can be a great tool to prevent challenging behavior, and it can give kids who love their independence some autonomy. HOWEVER… We can put ourselves into some sticky situations when we present something to our kids or students as a choice, and it’s NOT actually […]

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Modeling and Imitation

Modeling and Imitation

The majority of us learned many of our skills through imitation. Someone modeled the skill for us, showing us exactly how to do it, and we imitated and learned the skill. Many children are imitative, and some children need to be explicitly taught to imitate. But, one thing that goes for all children, is that […]

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Communicate With Your Young Child!

Communicate With Your Young Child!

Happy 2019 everyone! We hope you all had a wonderful holiday season! I’m posting today on behalf of speech therapy. Over the holidays, I got a lot of questions from family and friends on how they can help their young child communicate, especially when they aren’t quite old enough to use full words and sentences. […]

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