Communication Matters

Signs and symptoms of a language-learning disability

Michelle Foye, MA CCC-SLP | Posted on February 02, 2018

If your child has difficulty with any of the listed signs and symptoms, a language learning evaluation conducted by a speech-language pathologist SLP) is recommended.

  • Reads slowly and painfully
  • Shows wide disparity between listening comprehension and reading comprehension of some text; that is, they understand if someone tells them
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Tags: Speech, Language, Communication, reading, literacy, Learning

Reading Aloud: The Importance of a Bedtime Story

Sharon Dundee | Posted on February 02, 2018
Bedtime story.jpgDid you know that reading aloud is the single most important thing a parent or caregiver can do to help a child prepare for reading and learning?
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Tags: Speech, Language, Communication, reading, literacy, Wilson Reading Program, Reading Summer Camp

What is the 30 Million Word Gap?

The Role of Parent-Child Verbal Interaction in Language and Literacy Development

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Tags: Speech, Language, Communication, reading, literacy, Wilson Reading Program, Reading Summer Camp

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