Play with Purpose

Play with Purpose

As a speech-language pathologist for more than 27 years, I have had the privilege of working with many parents in helping their children acquire speech and language skills.  One of the first questions parents ask me is often, “what is therapy going to be like?”  The answer is simple.  Play or more specifically, play with […]

What I’ve Learned from Observing Speech Therapy

What I’ve Learned from Observing Speech Therapy

Author: Julie Tullier, Mom of pediatric speech therapy patient Milestones When my son, Matthew was a baby, he was a typically developing child. He hit all his physical milestones on time. His speech milestones, however, were delayed. My husband and I noticed he did not babble as much as children his age. He was very […]