Give a Child Words
"Uh uh uh!" your child says as she reaches toward the counter. Instantly, you know what she wants. ...Read More →
Valentine’s Day Books and Speech Therapy Ideas for Toddlers
Here are some sweet little books for your youngest Valentines this year, along with a few ideas perfect ...Read More →
Screen Time Recommendations for Babies, Toddlers, and Preschoolers
Earlier this year, the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association released a new pdf handout for parents about screen ...Read More →
Late Talker with Slow Progress? Do This!
Are you working with a late talker with slow progress? Late talkers who add words s..l..o..w..l..y are ...Read More →
Using Visual Supports with Late Talkers with Visual Strengths
One of the lessons I've learned about working with late talkers is to use their learning preferences to ...Read More →
The Truth about Flashcards for Toddlers Who Don’t Yet Talk
The Truth about Flashcards for Toddlers Who Don’t Yet Talk I almost titled this post “Why Flashcards Don’t ...Read More →
Signs of Speech Delay in Toddlers – When to Worry
What's the number one factor that unites mothers across cultural, social, and economic boundaries? It's worry. Most of ...Read More →
Late Talking… Everything You Want To Know
Without a doubt, the most common question I have received at teachmetotalk.com about late talking since our ...Read More →
Treating Trauma in Toddlers with Language Delays/Disorders
Last week I shared some information about Adverse Childhood Experiences or ACEs. If you missed that, read it here. To ...Read More →
Protection Against Adverse Childhood Experiences
Last weekend I did some reading about Adverse Childhood Experiences or ACEs and I can't quit thinking about ...Read More →
Is It Me? Tips for Clinical Problem Solving
One of the main questions parents send me at teachmetotalk.com is... I am not seeing progress in my ...Read More →
Not moving forward? Try taking a step back!
Not moving forward? Try taking a step back! “I attended your course in St. Louis… I used the ...Read More →
Questions about Late Talking
Questions about Late Talking Here’s the most common question I receive at teachmetotalk.com about late talking from moms and ...Read More →
Book List for Making Books Better #415
In my podcast #415 Making Books Better for Toddlers with Language Delays, I demonstrated strategies for the following ...Read More →
I Need A Plan!
As speech-language pathologists and parents, when a toddler is not talking yet, we rush in to try to ...Read More →
It’s a Special Day at teachmetotalk.com!
Today is a very special day. Our daughter, Macy, is graduating from the University of Kentucky with her ...Read More →
FREE Teach Me To Talk the DVD on YouTube
We have some exciting news! Today Johnny and I released our original DVD Teach Me To Talk on ...Read More →
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 ...Read More →
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 ...Read More →
Go For Joy!
The lesson I'm reinforcing with myself over and over again since opening our new mission-based clinic in central ...Read More →
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 ...Read More →
Do You Need REAL HELP?
Do you struggle to come up with what you should actually do during your time with a child ...Read More →
This week's podcast is on the fourth prelinguistic skill from Let's Talk About Talking (on sale now for ...Read More →
#384 Tips for Teaching Toddlers to Point
Podcast #384 Tips for Teaching Toddlers to Point ASHA course # 0384, Provider Code AAYF Pointing is such ...Read More →
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