• Holiday Food Crafts For Kids
  • Play with your children to build language
  • Why Holiday Eating Is Hard For Young Kids
  • Daylight Savings Will Make Your Children Hungry
  • Ending Mealtime Frustration: One Family's Journey In Happy Eating Club
  • Holiday Food Crafts For Kids
  • Play with your children to build language
  • Why Holiday Eating Is Hard For Young Kids
  • Daylight Savings Will Make Your Children Hungry
  • Ending Mealtime Frustration: One Family's Journey In Happy Eating Club

Holiday Food Crafts For Kids

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Cindy Morrison, M.S., CCC-SLP, CLC Getting your children to the table can sometimes be a daunting task. After all, why in the world would they want to stop playing to head to the table to starting working, right?  In time, they'll understand the importance of healthy eating, but while your children are still learning to love food it's important to look for ways to bring them to the table and build positive memories there between mealtimes. … [Continue reading...]

Play with your children to build language

Play with your kids to build language

Aimee Brigham, MCD, CCC-SLP Did you know that playing with your children builds language? When parents observe therapy sessions, they often remark, “What fun! Playing all day.” They are absolutely right. Pediatric, speech-language pathologists love to play. What sometimes goes unrecognized is that this type of play can be hard work for both the client and the clinician. Speech therapists often use goal oriented play in their sessions, … [Continue reading...]

Why Holiday Eating Is Hard For Young Kids

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Cindy Hooks Morrison, M.S., CCC-SLP, CLC The Holidays are among us!  Are you ready for the next round? I love holidays.  I love seeing family and friends.  I love planning wonderful food. I love picking out special gifts for the people I hold nearest and dearest and I love remembering families in our community with love. Holidays are busy, exciting, and full of spirit! But do you know what else they are filled with?  They are full of … [Continue reading...]

Daylight Savings Will Make Your Children Hungry

Daylight Savings

Cindy Hooks Morrison, M.S., CCC-SLP, CLC Did you know that daylight savings will make your children hungry? We have internal clocks all over our body, including in our stomach.  There is a biological rhythm to the way our body functions in all areas, including eating, our cycle of alertness and sleeping.  As we move our clocks back, our appetites fall out of sync.  This happens because if you aren’t sleeping well, your metabolism changes … [Continue reading...]