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May is "Better Speech and Hearing Month", which is a month dedicated to bringing awareness to communication disorders and the fields of speech-language pathology and audiology. At The Speech Spot, we would like to honor this month with a series of blog posts dedicated...

Every parent waits for this moment like a kid on Christmas morning! Excited, anxious, and oh so curious about what this word will be. During your child's first year of life, they have taken it all in. Soaked up every word you've said like a sponge and now it's their tu...

When should you consider seeing a speech therapist in St.Louis, MO

 Parents often ask me is it ever too early to begin working on speech development?  My answer is that it is never too early to begin connecting with your child and laying a foundation on which to grow.  One of the first ways to start this connection is through Joint At...

As a speech-language pathologist, I am often asked to recommend toys or books that enhance speech/language growth and development. When I look for toys I tend to stick to these guidelines/rules. Take a look at this list to help you chose the best toy for your little le...

Each May, Better Speech and Hearing Month provides Speech Pathologists and Audiologists with the opportunity to educate and raise awareness for communication disorders and the life changing work that both disciplines provide their clients. 

 

This month speech-...

In May, I had the opportunity to participate in a continuing education seminar by Michelle Garcia Winner, the founder of Social Thinking. Social Thinking is an organization dedicated to providing teachers, therapists, and parents working with children on the Autism Spe...

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December 18, 2019

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