Your child is growing quickly. He is talking more to express his needs, throwing more tantrums when he doesn’t get what he wants and running around more with bursts of energy. While your child
Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a developmental disorder characterized by deficits in social-emotional reciprocity, nonverbal communication, and relationship building and maintenance. According to the CDC, “1 in 44 children has been identified with autism
When talking with friends and family, do you ever notice adding “uh”, “umm” or “you know” to your speech? If so, these are considered disfluencies. Disfluencies are moments when our speech is not smooth
Play is an important part of development. As children grow, they develop essential building blocks for cognition, language, and social-emotional skills. Do you remember playing Peek-a-Boo when you were younger or with a younger
Have you ever experienced a change in your voice after a music concert or from talking too much? Maybe you were yelling across the hall at school and noticed a break in your voice.
What is Aphasia? Aphasia is an acquired communication disorder due to brain damage that impacts one’s ability to comprehend and express language. While aphasia is often known to influence verbal language, it can concurrently