The “Talking Point Speech” Advantage

From the very first meeting, Talking Point Speech Therapy, LLC emphasizes family education and involvement in a child’s speech therapy. This approach promotes enhanced progress, as it allows children to be able to quickly carry skills into everyday life — into the contexts that they will be naturally used, and with the people with whom they will be using those skills.

TalkingPointSpeechHomeTalking Point Speech Therapy fosters effective communication skills important for learning and understanding and also for expressing emotions, ideas, and knowledge. Therapy incorporates the field’s best evidence based practices and strives to encompass the entire child and his/her support people. It considers not only the child’s deficits but also his/her strengths and emotional well being.

Families are provided with information about normal speech and language development as well as activities to promote speech and language growth. More informed families foster and support faster results!

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Articulation Quick Fixes

I will start with the disclaimer that the information contained in this post is only meant as a guide and should not take the place of advice from a professional who has actually evaluated your child, it is only meant as a starting place. There are certain sounds that A LOT of kids have trouble saying.  You know the ones: … Full post »

Untangling Childhood Apraxia of Speech

Childhood Apraxia of Speech is disorder that impacts a child’s ability to coordinate their speech movements. The child knows what he/she want to say, but the sounds come out mixed up.   It is sometimes frustrating for parents when they have heard their child produce that “F” sound perfectly, but then when it comes time to applying it to phrases or … Full post »

Not “JUST a Language Impairment”

Too often I come across administrators, teachers, and even sometimes parents who underestimate the impact of language upon academic success.    Think about how content is delivered within the classroom. Think about how directions are given. Think about how your child is asked to convey his/her knowledge.  All of these modes are through language.  As a result, children with language impairments … Full post »