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Category Archives: Speech Therapy

How Reading Aloud Can Improve Speech

Many children who struggle with speech difficulties or who are nonverbal benefit significantly from parents reading aloud to them. Reading aloud to your child provides a wide variety of opportunities to engage her in conversation which can help improve her … Continue reading

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Is Language Therapy Right For My Child?

If you are noticing your child struggling to form sentences, then language therapy may be the best solution for them.  Many young children struggle to form sentences or use the correct pronunciation, that’s part of developing communication skills.  However, some … Continue reading

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When to Consider Therapy for Articulation Disorder

Have you noticed your child pronounces words differently than other children their age?  Does your child leave out certain sounds when pronouncing a word?  If so, you may want to consider visiting a speech therapist near you for a consultation … Continue reading

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Advantages of Visiting a Pediatric Speech Therapist

When you notice your child may have a speech delay, it is easy to jump into researching all the possibilities.  As a parent, you want to give your child the best resources available. Though there are many speech therapy options, … Continue reading

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Stuttering Speech Therapy Techniques

Visiting a speech therapist for stuttering speech therapy can be a little intimidating for your child. Often children who stutter can be shy or fear opportunities where they need to talk with others.  Speech Source Therapy, Inc. is a safe … Continue reading

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Can My Child’s Sibling Help with Speech Therapy Skills?

Often siblings can play a vital role in your child’s speech therapy skills.  Siblings generally help to make their brother or sister feel more comfortable especially in challenging situations.  During speech therapy, your child receives one on one direction to … Continue reading

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Encouraging Speech Skills at the Playground

For many children, striking up a conversation with others at the playground comes naturally.  Children with speech issues often find the playground to be a source of anxiety. Visiting a speech therapist in Los Angeles, CA, can help your child … Continue reading

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3 Questions to Ask Your Child’s Speech Therapist

When starting speech therapy, it is essential to understand what to expect from your child’s speech therapist.  The best way to get to know your child’s speech therapist is to ask questions to learn what is expected of your child, … Continue reading

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Opportunities to Get Your Toddler Talking

Creating opportunities to get your toddler talking can seem intimidating. At Speech Source Therapy, we work with parents to help discover tools to use at home to encourage their toddlers to talk. Many parents find a few simple solutions go … Continue reading

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Thumb Sucking Solutions

At some point during growth, most children suck their thumbs for comfort.  Parents expect their baby will find his/her thumb and self-soothe; however, the effects of thumb sucking on the child’s speech is not.  For some children with oral myofunctional disorder, … Continue reading

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