Category Learn Speach & Language

Where We Are

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If you are a blog reader or Facebook user, you’ve probably already heard some noise about Facebook decreasing the number of posts you see in your feed. Based on Facebook stats, I’ve noticed fewer of you seeing my posts and interacting. I engage with my readers a ton on Facebook because I love the community ... Read more...

My Story by Alisha of Your Kid’s Table

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Typically we share stories of a family’s journey parenting a child through the trials and triumphs of developing speech and language, but as you may know, speech-language pathologists, hand-in-hand with occupational therapists (OTs), also treat children and adults with feeding challenges. It’s a subject on which I know many of  you would like to have ... Read more...

Life Is Language

How to Teach Language

Filling the page can happen easily everyday. In my post Good Page, Bad Page I explain the importance of smartly picked pages for real language learning and communication. Today, I’m going to show you what can happen at the perfect intersection of a simple activity and a focus on the right words. In this activity ... Read more...

One Thing You Should Know

A Small Act

  This post was written as a contribution to the Living Life Special Blog Carnival. The participating bloggers are sharing their experiences in parenting or teaching children with special needs.  Also included are posts on how to educate others about special needs. I’ve worked with a lot of families over the years. Many of them still ... Read more...

My Story by Heather of Wordplayhouse

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I’m so excited to share this eloquent and poignant post from Heather at Wordplayhouse. She and I became fast friends and I can’t tell you how much I value her sharing her story here at LIttle Stories. Her gentle kindness, simple beauty, and love for her family is quickly evident in everything she writes, and ... Read more...