My Child has a Lisp: Rapid-fire Q and A

What is a lisp? A lisp is a lay term for a problem with the “s” and “z” sounds. What are the different types of lisps? Type 1: Interdental lisp...

Brain Plasticity and Speech Pathology

Neural (or brain) plasticity is the ability of the brain to change or adapt. This occurs in response to the environment, experience, behaviour, disease or injury. We can...

Is Your Child Ready for School?

I must admit, I didn’t prepare much at all when our first son started school. I wanted to be that laid-back parent, who let my child be a...

Getting off the Treatment Treadmill – Part 3

Do you feel like mice on a treadmill when you get out your Speech Therapy homework? Lack of progress in therapy is often caused by lack of practice,...

Active Speech Therapy

In my first "Getting Off the Treatment Treadmill" post, I shared with you some general tips to fix up some common problems with therapy homework: eg. tasks being...

Getting off the Treatment Treadmill: Part 1

Do you and your child feel like you're on a Speech Therapy treadmill? This 3-part series is all about how to make speech therapy fun and motivating -...

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