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What is the Difference Between Cleft Lip and Cleft Palate?

Cleveland Hearing and Speech Center Parent Tip of the Week
Health Parenting Special Needs
There are hundreds of craniofacial anomalies that are associated with communication disorders, with clefts as one of the subtypes. Speech sound disorders can become a significant problem if the palatal cleft is not repaired early on or the repair was not effective. ...
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Expert Tips to Keep Your Family Safe This Summer

2020 Editions Health June/July 2020 Magazine Parenting Parenting Through the Pandemic

Living through the coronavirus pandemic has altered life in ways both mundane and profound. Will we always think twice about touching the handle of a grocery cart and hesitate to

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Enjoy July Fourth AND Protect Your Hearing

Cleveland Hearing and Speech Center Parent Tip of the Week
Health Parenting
Most of us enjoy the excitement of fireworks, parades and other holiday-related fun. However, loud noises such as booms and sirens can be damaging over time. Here are some facts about noise-induced hearing loss and how to prevent it. ...
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Worried About Summer Learning Loss? Speech and Occupational Therapists Share Summer Maintenance Tips

Education Featured Parenting Parenting Through the Pandemic
After an unexpected school year and ongoing closures of some traditional summer camps and social activities, many parents and caregivers are looking for extra support for their kids. Months of distance learning, paired with normal summer learning loss, can bring academic, social and emotional challenges. Here are things parents can do at home to help. ...
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The Benefits of Tummy Time for All Ages

Ages & Stages Health Parenting

Tummy time, or when a baby lies on his stomach while supporting his body with his elbows, is vital for development. Around six months of age, tummy time leads to

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How to Respond to Communication-Related Tantrums

Ages & Stages Parenting
Toddlers often know what they want, but are not yet able to express their wants accurately to caregivers. When tension builds and frustration mounts due to a communication breakdown, toddlers may experience a full-blown tantrum. These expert tips will help parents keep their cool while helping their child through a communication-related tantrum. ...
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How to Prevent Swimmer’s Ear

Cleveland Hearing and Speech Center Parent Tip of the Week
Health Parenting
Summer is a time for kids and their families to enjoy a variety of water activities, which can increase the possibility of contracting swimmer's ear — an infection of the outer canal that occurs when water gets trapped, allowing for bacteria and fungus to grow. Learn precautions you can take to help prevent this issue for your kids. ...
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Prevent the ‘Summer Slide’ in Reading Skills

Cleveland Hearing and Speech Center Parent Tip of the Week
Ages & Stages Education Parenting
Summer vacation isn’t all fun and games (even if it should be). Research shows that summer can take a toll on a student’s knowledge and skills, from mathematics to reading development. Luckily, many types of summer programs can help keep a child's mind engaged over the break from school. ...
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My Child Needs Tubes in His Ears — What Does That Mean?

Cleveland Hearing and Speech Center Parent Tip of the Week
Health Parenting
Young infants and children are generally more susceptible to ear infections. By the age of 3, about one in 15 children will undergo tube placement for treatment of recurrent and/or painful ear infections, persistent middle ear fluid, or the resultant persistent or fluctuating hearing loss due to fluid. Learn more about the process, including how it lowers the instance of ear infections. ...
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Use Modeling to Improve a Child’s Speech & Language Skills

Ages & Stages Parenting Special Needs

Modeling is one of the most simple tools you can use to help improve your child’s speech and language skills. read more

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