Phonological processes are the patterns of sound errors that typically developing young children use to simplify adult speech as they are learning to talk. All children use these processes while their speech and language are developing. Young children do not yet have the ability to coordinate all the mouth structures such as the lips and … Continue reading What are Phonological Processes?
Do you know someone who’s had a stroke? Have you ever wondered how or perhaps why a stroke happens? Here are some basic facts to help shed light on this condition! What is a stroke? A stroke is when there’s an interruption of blood flow to the brain caused by a blocked or burst artery. … Continue reading About Strokes
Think of movies like “look who’s talking” and “daddy day care” where little tykes are given the ability to communicate as adults. It makes for great entertainment, and while it gives babies and toddlers way too much credit, it also makes one think about what baby would say if he could communicate. Well he can communicate … Continue reading Hands On! Using sign language with babies and toddlers