Category Children with Language Delays

My Mantras as an Early Interventionist

Early Intervention - Therapist Guidelines

A little while ago I wrote a post about the parent-therapist relationship called ‘I Don’t Like My Child’s Speech Therapist‘ which focused on what parents can do on their end to improve the working relationship with their child’s therapist. Around the same time, I was asked by Heidi at Pediastaff to do a guest post ... Read more...

My Story by Rivka at Beautiful Books for Children

Language Development Happens

Rivka shares wonderful children’s book reviews over at Beautiful Books for Children, including ratings, extension questions, and follow-up activities. Her story is one I’ve been waiting for. I wanted the perfect way to tell parents a core message that is foundational to Little Stories. It’s a message that most parents won’t believe and may even ... Read more...

But I Can’t Understand What My Child Is Saying!

Speech Delay Speech Therapy

I recently received the following reader question: “My son seems to actually fill up the pages that he wants fairly quickly. Like “moon” for example – saw the moon once, liked it, now every time we’re out and see it he points it out. But his pronunciation of it is “muh.” He has about 60 ... Read more...

I Don’t Like My Child’s Speech Therapist

Speech Therapist

I know that many of my readers are here because they are interested in learning more about their child’s speech and language development. I also know that some of you are here because your child has a known speech or language difficulty and your child is likely receiving speech services. If your child IS receiving ... Read more...

My Story by Quinta Mike

Autism Hope

Maddie is a beautiful and playful preschooler who is diagnosed with autism. She is enrolled in an inclusion preschool classroom and receives speech therapy and occupational therapy. This is her mother’s story of how they got where they are today.   When were you first concerned about your daughter’s development? When Maddie was 18 months ... Read more...