Today was a day I have been dreading. It was a perfectly normal day. My 7 year old with apraxia and my 4 year old without apraxia were waiting with me outside my office for one of my clients’ mom to come and watch them. Jace apparently had struck up conversation with another tenant. She was so tickled by him she had to come out and tell me their conversation. Jace
Almost 1 year ago today, I met a three year old who walked into my office with his mother. He had been receiving speech therapy since he was in early intervention. He had also been receiving private speech therapy from another office. Despite having no other co-morbid issues, he only had four words: Mama, O, Daddy, More. This child was probably one of the best and most adept mimes I
Would it surprise you then if I told you the prevalance rates for Down Syndrome are 1-2 children in every 1000 births. Sound familiar? Maybe that’s just because I just wrote that figure for CAS.
I remember being in 1st or 2nd grade, the age Ashlynn is now. I was always struggling to fit in. There was a girl in our class who had special needs. I remember she wore this heavy, pink, furry coat and she talked with slurred speech. She would sit outside, even on the hottest of days in that coat. Usually, she was by herself. I don’t remember how it came
My next giveaway is the book “Speaking of Apraxia” by Leslie Lindsay. I did an interview with her last year that you can read about here: Enter below to have chance to win this book! Giveaway open to US residents only. a Rafflecopter giveaway
Today I’m featuring A Gift of Speech’s Shannon Archer! Included in this bundle will be THREE separate activities you can print out and start using! Interactive Multisyllabic Words! Minimal to No Prep Activities in color and black & white! Practice multisyllabic words with multi-modalities: visual, auditory, tactile, verbal, and FUN! Activity include 23 pages of interactive activities to practice multi-syllabic words! This activity was created to help work on multisyllabic