Speech is the result of a complex series of brain and motor functions that turn thoughts into sounds. Professionals call the process ‘articulation’. Children develop their articulation at different rates.
Read our latest blog post to see if the sounds your child is making are age appropriate.
Family Literacy Day occurs every year on January 27th. It is a day to focus on engaging in literacy activities together with your family. Why not read a story book together with your children and then everyone pretends to be one of the characters? Here is our latest video which showcases our Language and Literacy class for 2-3 year olds. The next series runs from Sunday, March 12th to April 16th in the morning. The cost for 6 classes is $168+HST. You can try out a FREE CLASS on Sunday, March 5th. Please contact us to register. Class sizes are kept small, so register early.
The American Academic of Pediatrics has recently updated their “No screens for under 2” recommendation. Read our blog post written by Smile Speech Therapy’s own Communicative Disorders Assistant, Christina Boni on how to manage screen time for young children as well as how it relates to communication development.
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