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Why speech therapy should be done with (and not to) your Child with Autism

Autism and Communication Children with autism have difficulty with social aspect of langue. The definition of communication is “The imparting or exchanging of information or news.” Communication is first and foremost social. Social is the foundation of communication. Research shows that newborns prefer to hear their own mother’s voice. Babies only 12-36 hours old prefer […]

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I’m Brooke
I'm a speech therapist specializing in early language, but more importantly, I'm a mom of a toddler who has been on her own journey with physical and occupational therapy
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Yes, Please

    We all know the little voice inside our head. It’s the voice that encourages us, motivates us, and tells us that everything is going to be okay.  It’s the same voice that sighs, “This is nice”, while overlooking a sunset or screams “My hamstrings!” while holding a yoga pose too long. The same […]

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I’m Brooke
I'm a speech therapist specializing in early language, but more importantly, I'm a mom of a toddler who has been on her own journey with physical and occupational therapy
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Get My Free First 50 Words Checklist 
Yes, Please

  My wedding day took place October 22, 2016 and I can tell you that although it was nearly a year ago, I remember everything about that day. Of course, I remember the facts (day, place, etc.), but my memory goes beyond that. I can literally see that day in my head, like a movie. […]

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