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Speech and Stuttering Therapy for Children in Connecticut

Stuttering is a common speech disorder that affects as many as three million Americans. Stuttering usually develops in early childhood, between the…

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It’s National Exercise with Your Child Week: How to Help Kids with Special Needs Stay Active

Everyone knows how important exercise is for health, fitness, and even emotional well-being. This is especially true for kids. Experts recommend that…

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Aquatic Therapy for Cerebral Palsy in Children: Why and How It Helps

When signs and symptoms of cerebral palsy (CP) first appear in young children, it can be a difficult and confusing time for…

Dyspraxia & Autism: Symptoms, Treatment, and Information

Dyspraxia, sometimes also known as developmental coordination disorder or DCD, is a condition that affects both fine and gross motor coordination. Typically…

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How to Choose the Right Pediatric Physical Therapist for Your Child

Pediatric physical therapists are trained professionals who work to improve the mobility of children by guiding them through specific movements and activities…

Hydrotherapy for Autism: Why You Should Consider Aquatic Therapy for Your Child

Autism spectrum disorders manifest in a number of ways, from problems with behavior and communication to developmental and cognitive disabilities. For this…

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5 Tips for How to Encourage Nonverbal Children with Autism to Speak

Autism spectrum disorders can manifest themselves in a variety of ways, but among the most common are issues with socialization and verbal…

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Can Speech Therapy and SLPs Help with Reading Disabilities?

Reading is an absolutely essential life skill. Almost every aspect of modern life hinges on literacy and the ability to read, write,…

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Dysphagia in Children: Treatment Options and Information

Feeding and swallowing disorders are extremely common in young children. These issues can be rooted in psychological or physical causes, and can…

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Occupational Therapy for ADHD: How Therapy Can Help Children

ADHD is a common problem with many children. Once their child is diagnosed by a pediatrician or other medial professional, many parents…

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