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Thoughts from a Speech Pathologist About Social Distancing

My daughter and I went to Buc-ee’s last weekend. (If you are not from Texas, it is this giant gas station that has it’s own brands of snacks, cheap fountain drinks, yummy BBQ sandwiches, and FUDGE!). This blog post has taken a detour hasn’t it? It wasn’t meant to be an ode to the famous… Continue reading Thoughts from a Speech Pathologist About Social Distancing

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Using “The Magic of Friendship Snow” for Social Skills

Many children with language delays struggle to make true friends in throughout elementary and middle school. Sometimes, children don't pick up on the social cues or social routines of making a friend. Other times, they lack the confidence to make friends because they don't have the social skills. This is where a speech therapist can… Continue reading Using “The Magic of Friendship Snow” for Social Skills