Speech and Language Facts

TherapyWorks team of pediatric therapists offer speech and language facts to assist with your child’s overall speech and language development. Learn how to support your child at home along with several activities for speech and language enhancement. If you have concerns about your child’s speech and language development, contact us for a free phone consultation.

Young girls blowing bubbles at home

National Bubble Week

Bubbles! Did you know that National Bubble Week begins March 15th? I am so excited as I love to use bubbles in therapy, and it’s

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Loving Child Hugging Adult

Pronoun Acquisition

Pronoun Acquisition: When do children develop pronouns? As children develop language, they naturally make pronoun errors. These errors are often age-appropriate (and adorable). Some children

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Child Playing

Phonological Processes

Does your child say “top” instead of “stop” or “bock” instead of “block”? Maybe you notice that your child says “nana” instead of banana or “puter” instead

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Young child yelling

Tips for Good Vocal Hygiene

Does your child have a raspy, hoarse voice? Excessive talking, screaming, and yelling are just a few of the behaviors that may lead to hoarseness.

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COVID-19 Protocol

We hope you and your family are continuing to stay safe and healthy! We have outlined our protocols for in-person sessions during COVID-19. As you know, the health and safety of our clients and therapists remain our highest priority. As always, please reach out with any questions or concerns. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding as we work together through these unprecedented times.

Hand Washing:
Upon arrival at your home, your therapist will wash their hands with soap and water and/or use hand sanitizer. We ask that you and your child also wash your hands and/or use hand sanitizer upon your therapist’s arrival.
We are asking our therapists to wear masks upon entering your home and throughout your child’s session. That said, we understand that some children have adverse reactions to seeing adults in masks and will leave it up to you and your therapist to decide your comfort level while still taking safety precautions.
We ask that parents and caregivers also follow the guidelines and wear masks when sitting in on sessions. We will not enforce that policy, but we do kindly ask for compliance.
As for your child, we realize that masks may not be appropriate for every child so we will not enforce the rule that children over the age of 2 should wear a mask.  However, if your therapist insists that your child wear a mask, then that will be a requirement directly between the two of you. We respect our therapists’ individual comfort levels with safety precautions and ask that you respect them as well.


Protocol Acknowledgment and Health Certification:

Before your child’s first in-person session, we are asking clients to submit an acknowledgment of these protocols and a health certification, which you can find here. Thank you again for your cooperation and for helping all of us stay healthy!