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Why Work on Following Directions? 

Why Work on Following Directions? 

The ability to follow directions is both an important functional skill and academic one. People, both children and adults alike, are constantly following directions throughout the day.  Daily Life Directions Functional directions are those that have a purpose in...
What Is Cluttering?

What Is Cluttering?

There are two types of fluency disorders: stuttering and cluttering. Parenting children who stutter has been covered previously, here.   Cluttering Explained While stuttering has been covered, we still have not touched on cluttering. Cluttering is a type of...
How to Practice Speech Goals at Home: Articulation

How to Practice Speech Goals at Home: Articulation

It’s important when practicing articulation at home to practice words your child can produce correctly, without errors. Often, simpler words are better when starting out. Next time you’re here at Small Talk, ask you child’s speech therapist for a list of words to...
Language-Rich Summer Activities for Kids

Language-Rich Summer Activities for Kids

What does language-rich mean?  Our world is full of things to experience and talk about. Language-rich activities provide opportunities to use language and encourage interaction and turn-taking with your child. Participating in these activities with your child...