Ever wonder why experts are always encouraging parents to read to their little ones?
What does it have to do with speech & language development?
Reading is an easy and effective way to help your child understand and use language. Using language helps them express their ideas, thoughts, and feelings to communicate with others.
What better way to introduce higher order concepts and stimulate communication than through books?!
Check out The Speech & Language Centers of Excellence’s Top 10 Books that support the development of a child’s speech & language skills:
Self-esteem and healthy confidence is your child’s ticket to a lifetime of social, emotional, and mental happiness. A child’s ability to manage stress, increase motivation, and feel confident has a lot to do with instilling positive communication habits early in life.
Speech pathologists can evaluate, diagnose and treat a variety of language and speech disorders and delays. Speech delays and disorders are common in children. Seeing a speech pathologist early can help set the child up for a more rewarding and successful social and academic childhood.
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