What Can You Do When the Screen Goes Off??”

] The blog post https://blog.asha.org/2019/05/13/the-best-toys-for-slps-are-the-toys-that-do-nothing/ that recently appeared in the ASHA Leader resonates with me. I put individual links to which the author refers at the bottom of this post, So does the book “If You Give a Mouse an iPhone (of course available on Amazon in print). Here is a link to the storyContinue reading “What Can You Do When the Screen Goes Off??””

With a Feeling of Obligation to Provide Some Suggested Guidance Regarding the Use of Technology in a Responsible Way as the School Year Starts:

HomePrivate PracticeAudiology Advising Families on Screens: 7 Resolutions for the New School Year Advising Families on Screens: 7 Resolutions for the New School Year written by Jaumeiko Coleman August 12, 2019 It’s that time of year: back to school. Whether you are celebrating or mourning the end of summer, this time marks a fresh start for families.Continue reading “With a Feeling of Obligation to Provide Some Suggested Guidance Regarding the Use of Technology in a Responsible Way as the School Year Starts:”

What Does it Mean to Have Generational Intelligence and What are Your Thoughts?

  What is communication in the 21st century? Are we merely talking??  Research actually is saying “no”. The above chart from the University of Liverpool illustrates the differences between age groups.  We are really are what I would term to be global communicators; in that, we use a variety of communication forms.  That has goodContinue reading “What Does it Mean to Have Generational Intelligence and What are Your Thoughts?”

When Your Picky Eater is Ready for Prom, not Preschool — Pediatric Feeding News

By Jenny McGlothlin, MS, CCC/SLP, CLC and Katja Rowell, MD Anthony has been picky as long as he can remember. His mom however, remembers a time when he ate well; she even has the baby pictures of him smeared with pasta sauce to prove it. Anthony hasn’t had meat sauce for over 13 years. ThoughKeep… viaContinue reading “When Your Picky Eater is Ready for Prom, not Preschool — Pediatric Feeding News”

Medicaid counts — Hopeworks Community

I remember standing in the line at Walmart a couple of years ago and listening to the people in front of me talk. I don’t know why but they were talking about Insure Tennessee. One of them was real angry. “I don’t believe all this stuff about people dying. Have you ever known anybody who […]Continue reading “Medicaid counts — Hopeworks Community”

Tips for Parents Who Want Their Children to Develop Speech and Language Skills/ Lessons in Advocacy

A new year of school has just begun and I somehow thought that this article provided some  really good information to educate parent of children who have difficulties communicating.  I hope it helps! Language-building Tips for Parents of Young Children   Homework for Parents … While you practice the tips (which i think are so nicelyContinue reading “Tips for Parents Who Want Their Children to Develop Speech and Language Skills/ Lessons in Advocacy”

STEPS TO START: Resources for Parents in EI, CPSE and CSE .

Source: STEPS TO START: Resources for Parents in EI, CPSE and CSE . As school is starting in a short time I wanted to share a resource that I found and thought might be helpful for others. I hope it is for you!

Did You Hear What I said?? Did You Understand me!!

The answer to these questions are going to be conveyed differently, depending on your age and life experience with technology.  I’ve been doing a great deal of reading about communication and wonder what the best way to do so is at this time.   The subject has consumed me lately as I talk with othersContinue reading “Did You Hear What I said?? Did You Understand me!!”

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