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Eating and how can complicate speaking

Posted by Glynnis Dubois on November 26, 2014 12:11 AM

I know that it may sound odd, but chewing and swallowing and speaking are so interrelated that they truly depend on each other. As with so many other developmental milestones, the ability to speak depends on other, earlier changes happening in the mouth. Just as children need to develop the muscle strength and coordination to crawl, climb and cruise before they can walk, a child’s mouth—specifically the tongue and...

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Music and movement

Posted by Glynnis Dubois on August 21, 2014 12:08 AM

As a speech-language pathologist who provides auditory-verbal therapy and a Kinderdance instructor, I have a strong belief in the importance of music and movement to support listening, speech, and language development in preschool children. I also like to incorporate early literacy skills into my Kinderdance classes and love to watch the children have fun while at the same time learning so many new skills- it flows so naturally from music!...

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