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LATEST BLOG POSTS
True/False on Tongue Ties
All tongue ties should be released. FALSE: Tongue ties should only be released when they are having symptoms and function is decreased. Sometimes tongue ties are all the way to the tip, however there are no side effects and the tongue still has full range of motion....
Does my child have a tongue tie and what should I do about it?
First, take this test: Right now at rest, is your tongue suctioned to the roof of your mouth? It should be. If it is suctioned to the roof, do you feel teeth? You shouldn’t. Are your lips closed? They should be. Proper oral rest position is your tongue suctioned to...
5 toys to help promote language development in young children
By Courtney Fagan M.S. CF-SLP Mr. Potato Head Mr. Potato head offers so many great opportunities to model language for your little ones. Some core words to work on when playing with Mr. Potato head are “on, off, put, big, little, in, out”. It is a great toy to use to...
When should you be concerned about stuttering?
We all have dysfluencies everyday! Very often people say “um,” “uh,” or “like” when they are trying to explain something to you. Even repeating the beginning of a sentence like, “Can you, Can you get bananas at the store?” while trying to recall information is normal....
What is the SOS Approach Feeding Difficulties
What is the SOS Approach Feeding Difficulties By Brenna Hicks True or false? The #1 priority of the human body is eating. Well, believe it or not that statement is FALSE. Breathing is actually the 1st! Our bodies require good oxygenation, and without it our bodies...
Training the Pediatric Brain Through Reflex Integration and Play
By Savannah Coffey Primitive reflexes are crucial aspects of a newborn and infant's life. These reflexes help our children develop essential motor skills such as crawling, sitting up independently, eating, rolling over, walking, and many other developmental...