“First Sessions” Toy List for Toddlers in Speech Therapy from teachmetotalk.com

Both therapists and parents of late talkers email me at teachmetotalk.com to ask me a version of this question… What are your favorite toys?  I want to begin every response to that question with, “I’m so glad you asked!” Several... [Read more...]

#262 “Will She Ever Talk?” A Conversation with a Mom about her Twin Girls with Autism

Join pediatric speech-language pathologist Laura Mize, M.S., CCC-SLP of www.teachmetotalk.com as she speaks with a mom with questions about her twin girls with autism. This mom shared her story from having no concerns about her girls, to... [Read more...]

Tweaking Routines for Late Talkers Continued…

Yesterday I posted a lovely email I received from a mom about how much success she achieved in ONE DAY with her late talker by becoming more fun and tweaking their daily routine of bath time. If you missed that post, you can read it here. Here's... [Read more...]

A Tweak Here and There Can Make a BIG Difference!

Over the weekend I received this email from a mom who had previously contacted me about what she should do to help her nonverbal 2 year old. Treating toddlers with speech delays can be hard for parents at home, but with a few tweaks here and there,... [Read more...]

Skype Consults

This summer I'm offering Skype consults for parents who have questions that extend beyond the scope of posting a question on the site. This is perfect for parents who want in-depth information and ideas tailored somewhat for their specific... [Read more...]

Joint Attention in Babies and Toddlers

In a post last week, I mentioned that I've been assessing typically developing babies as I participate in standardizing a new evaluation tool for infants and toddlers. In the past two weeks I've met a 5-month-old, a 6-month-old, a 7-month-old, an... [Read more...]