Ages & Stages

Ages & Stages

Cleveland Hearing and Speech Center Parent Tip of the Week

Infant & Toddler Hearing Checklist

Typically, a child's hearing is tested at birth and, if it’s normal, is not tested again until approaching age 4. A good indicator of hearing ability is overall speech and language development. Learn some signs of hearing and speech development that may indicate whether or not your child should be screened or tested further. ...
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Allergen Introduction for Babies: Not Scary Anymore

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Being a parent is hard work! You can ask 10 of your mom friends and odds are that each one of them will have different, and

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Make Book Reading With Your Child Interactive

Reading books with your preschooler is one of the best ways to increase language and pre-literacy skills. Make the most of reading time by making it interactive — turn it into a conversation by discussing the characters, pictures, feelings, and any new vocabulary in the story. ...
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The Secret to a Successful School Drop-Off

It’s that time of year again! Kids are back in school. Whether you’re dropping your child off for the first time or the seventh, the back-to-school anxiety can be overwhelming.

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12 Commonly-Used Speech Therapy Terms

If your child is involved in speech therapy or may need to be in the future, you'll probably begin to hear professional jargon. Learn some common terms used by speech language pathologists that will help you during your therapy visits. ...
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Free-Range vs. Helicopter Parenting: Do Kids Need More Freedom?

Many parents have heard of helicopter parenting juxtaposed to free-range parenting. Helicopter parents are described as overly-involved by hovering over children, and come to the rescue at the first

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Take a Stand: Why Sitting Still in School is no Longer the Rule

Up until now, it was believed that children needed to sit still in order to concentrate and succeed in school. Experts today find that kids are not wired to sit all day long. Instead, they benefit from breaks during which they are moving to help energize their brain and be more productive. Because of this latest information, classrooms look very different than in previous generations as educators turn to innovative approaches to help children learn. ...
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High School Extracurriculars: What Matters in the College Application Process?

Jazz Band! Volleyball! Student Council! Grill Club! Today’s teens are shuffling from one after school activity to the next, hoping that their involvement in an array of clubs, organizations and sports teams will make them more attractive candidates in the college application process. What actually makes an applicant stand out? ...
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Understanding Your Child’s Lisp

A lisp — which is a sound substitution or distortion in which the “s” and “z” sounds are produced inefficiently — is one of the most common articulation errors targeted in speech-language therapy. Learn about the two different types of lisps and how they are treated. ...
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