• Newborn Feeding Work Outs
  • End Mealtime Battles With Happy Eating Club
  • Are newborn reflexes causing your baby's bottle refusal?
  • 6 Questions To Ask Before Choosing A Picky Eating Course
  • Ready, Set, Read - Learn The Skills Required For Reading
  • Newborn Feeding Work Outs
  • End Mealtime Battles With Happy Eating Club
  • Are newborn reflexes causing your baby's bottle refusal?
  • 6 Questions To Ask Before Choosing A Picky Eating Course
  • Ready, Set, Read - Learn The Skills Required For Reading

Ready, Set, Read – Learn The Skills Required For Reading

We make reading a ritual in our home.  To me, reading is… evening book clubs with friends, foggy mornings with a newspaper (albeit digitally) and a cup of joe, cold nights cozied up with my Kindle, and an entertaining, People magazine at the hair salon. But, for many, reading is not the above; it is not an enjoyable experience to cherish. According to the Department of Education, 32 million adults in the U.S. cannot read. That is 14 percent of … [Continue reading...]

Stuttering: When to seek out a Speech Language Pathologist

Stuttering

Aimee Brigham, MCD, CCC-SLP The Hollywood blockbuster, The King’s Speech, illustrated - with acute accuracy – the impact of stuttering on self-worth, friendships, and daily activities. Individuals who stutter face speech challenges that fluent speakers take for granted. The boy who must cope after a caller hangs up on him because he cannot say hello; the woman who does not get a promotion because she cannot speak fluently to her team; the man … [Continue reading...]

Defeating Picky Eating

Defeating Picky Eating

Picky eating is an inescapable milestone that every parent and child experiences.  All children move through developmental feeding milestones and these can be equally frustrating for both the parents and the child.  Developmental milestones are body's steps towards healthy eating, just like sitting up, crawling and standing are steps to walking.  Picky eating can be fleeting or a long term issue for your child depending on how you respond and how … [Continue reading...]

Healthy Holiday Snacks Your Kids Will Love

Has your social calendar exploded yet? This time of year, every where you turn is another opportunity to nosh on wonderful, fun and delicious snacks and foods, but I can't help but see the irony in holiday meal planning.  Can you?  We spend so much time planning and preparing large and elaborate meals, but then we sabotage those meals by offering LOTS of snacking on sweets! Here are my favorite, healthy, holiday snack options to counter the … [Continue reading...]