It's easy to forget that communication is so much more than the words we say. There is eye contact, gestures, facial expressions, and body language that all influence how the information we say is perceived.
Welcome to part 3 of our 4 part blog series on feeding development! In case you missed them, check out our posts on important motor milestones for feeding and when to introduce certain food consistencies to your baby. This week we are we'll cover typical oral motor milestones.
If you decide to take the wait and see approach, that is okay, but you don't have to. It is your decision as a parent and you know what's best for you child.
How do we hear? Hearing is a complex process, developed before we’re born. Did you know that babies can hear and respond to sound in the womb? And that when they’re born they respond to the sounds of their mother’s native language more than sounds of other languages? It’
Parents are often excited for their children to start communicating in words and phrases, but first, it is important that children learn to interact before verbal communication happens. An interaction can be a verbal or non-verbal exchange. Here is an example of an interaction: your child crie
As a speech-language pathologist who specializes in the evaluation and treatment of language disorders in bilingual children, parents often ask, “Should I speak only one language to my child?” Research repeatedly shows the benefits of exposing your child to more than one language. Belo