Ages & Stages

Ages & Stages

Cleveland Hearing and Speech Center Parent Tip of the Week

FACEtime for Teens Who Stutter

Stuttering is a communication disorder in which the flow of speech is broken by repetitions, prolongations, or abnormal stoppages of sounds and syllables. FACEtime is a program designed for older children and young teens who stutter and want to communicate more fluently and confidently. ...
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Everyday Education: Have Fun While Teaching Your Baby

It’s just about that time to put away the swimsuits and beach towels. The first day of school is right around the corner for older kiddos.  read more

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The Benefits of Tummy Time for All Ages

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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Get Kindergarten Ready With Cleveland Public Library

Is your child ready for kindergarten? The Cleveland Public Library offers programs and resources to help parents and guardians prepare their youngest learners for school, including a virtual Kindergarten Club with live sessions held via Zoom calls. ...
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Summer Baby: Get Set for a New Season With an Infant

Warm weather means we can now socially distance in the safety of our own yards. This goes for babies, too — whom we can provide a little fresh air and sunshine. If you’re a new parent and experiencing your first summer with your baby, here are some ways to gear-up and safely celebrate the season.  ...
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How to Respond to Communication-Related Tantrums

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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Cleveland Hearing and Speech Center Parent Tip of the Week

Prevent the ‘Summer Slide’ in Reading Skills

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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Use Modeling to Improve a Child’s Speech & Language Skills

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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Reading Aloud: The Importance of a Bedtime Story

Did 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? Reading aloud stimulates language development even before a child can talk. Find out other benefits associated with reading to your child. ...
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Planting a Seed for Tomorrow: Cultivating Your Child’s Green Thumb

Whether you have a massive yard or an apartment with a small patio, you can garden with your child. Cultivating your child’s green thumb offers benefits far beyond an engaging activity — gardening builds developmental skills and provides lifelong benefits. ...
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