Think about being a child sensitive to foods. Fruit can be VERY overwhelming. Each bite may taste a little different. You have to be able to manage the juice inside of it along with the skin on the outside of it.
By providing comprehensive and compassionate therapy, I hope to allow children an opportunity to show love to others through their speech, their language, and their feeding. If you see someone who is sad, you talk to them. If someone needs comforting, you bring them food or share a meal together. Children with speech, language, or feeding delay may not be able to show love in those same ways. I want to help change that.
Want a great and easy activity for working on multiple articulation sounds or phonological processes? Try this one! Step 1: get 3 different gift bags Step 2: fill each gift back with pictures for one target sound. I used initial /k/, initial /f/ and words with multiple syllables. Step 3: let the child pick a… Continue reading Therapy Fun
May is the end of Spring and beginning of summer. It is the last month of school. It is the storm before the calm of summer. It is the month of flowers after the April showers. And in case you didn't know, it is Better Speech and Hearing Month! Now is the time to acknowledge your… Continue reading May Better Hearing and Speech Month
"I have learned to meet caregivers where they are, to support them, provide information and education that they need and to never give up on them or their child. I have learned not to be attached to a specific philosophy or therapy strategy or judge therapists or caregivers. Every child is unique and different and… Continue reading Feeding Therapy Thoughts by Krisi Brackett, SLP