Perhaps You’ve Been Created for a Time Such as This

I know you're reading all kinds of things in the midst of this worldwide pandemic, so the fact ...
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Be Present… Always Your Best Strategy

Last night I was on a webinar for workers in my church's children's ministry, and the speaker said ...
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Go For Joy!

The lesson I'm reinforcing with myself over and over again since opening our new mission-based clinic in central ...
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When Is A Child Ready to Talk?

If you've followed my posts or podcasts over the last few years, you know that Johnny and I ...
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We Wish You a Merry Christmas… Toddler Style!

Last week one of the fabulous moms I'm working with taught me some new verses to "We Wish ...
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Do You Need REAL HELP?

Do you struggle to come up with what you should actually do during your time with a child ...
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Let’s Move!

This week's podcast is on the fourth prelinguistic skill from Let's Talk About Talking (on sale now for ...
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Still No TV For Me

Last year I wrote a post about a decision my husband and I made to pull the plug ...
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Getting Back to the Floor!

I'm so excited to announce that Teach Me To Talk is opening a mission-driven speech therapy clinic in ...
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Parent (and Therapist!) Coaching Tips

Many therapists get caught up in the trap of wanting to coach parents, but chicken out when they ...
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Product Recommendations for Parents and Professionals

RESOURCES FOR HELPING A CHILD LEARN TO TALK and HELPING TODDLERS WITH SPEECH DELAY Parents and professionals often ask ...
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Child Not Communicating? Teach Him to INITIATE

Today I met a little guy in a person whose mom has been my guest twice on the ...
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Can Your Toddler Wave, Point, and Blow Kisses? If Not, Begin Here!

If a late talker uses 15 to 20 different gestures, wonderful! You don’t need this post! BUT… If ...
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Imitation… How Toddlers Learn EVERYTHING

What is Imitation? Imitation means that a child copies what he sees and hears other people do and ...
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Why is Play Important for Language Development?

Play is important for language development and here's the most obvious, practical reason... Play is how little kids ...
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