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PERFECTING SHORT~GRANDMA’S SAUCE & NSOMEs Since I was about 10 years old I have been making my grandma Lilla’s sauce…we called her the short grandma because she lived close to us….only about a 10 minute drive. My … Continue reading
Most of you know that I do not have a child with Down syndrome….however I seek to spread awareness…as my friend Christine has coined: “It’s better than you think.” Today I met a woman with a little girl named … Continue reading
HOW TO IMPROVE YOUR CHILD’S ABILITY TO FOLLOW A GROSS MOTOR DIRECTION: “If you’re happy and you know it“ Everyone is familiar with this song…I think it is pretty safe to say…..and what a great song to work on … Continue reading
This is in response to a comment that was posted by another SLP…I thought I would post it here: Question: Do you know any alternative to helping your child with lip rounding? besides the ice sticks? How to improve … Continue reading
TEACH ME TO UNDERSTAND READY, SET…….ACTION! When I am working with a little one on understanding skills….it is important that they learn that they have to “listen to understand.” Some children will listen….they hear you…..but they … Continue reading
~taken this past Spring 2012~ G-ism: February 10, 2012 “Mom, I don’t believe in the Easter Bunny anymore. I know it’s just a random guy that brings baskets into your house. A bunny can’t do that.”
RE-POSTED FOR MY FRIEND T.K. HOW TO TEACH THE P SOUND: Emerges before 2 years of age Typically mastered by girls and boys by 3 years of age The P sound is considered to be a bilabial sound. This … Continue reading