Special Needs

Special Needs

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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Disruptive Behavior Disorders: How to Cope with Hostile Kids — and When to Seek Help 

Do you feel like certain situations turn your child into a ticking time bomb? Do you dread frequent morning arguments about going to school? Or maybe you’ve noticed your child

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Cleveland Hearing and Speech Center Parent Tip of the Week

10 Signs Your Child May Have Hearing Loss

Whether you have concerns about your child’s hearing already or haven’t even considered there might be an issue, these 10 indications of hearing loss can help you determine if it’s a good idea to follow up with a hearing test. ...
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6 Tips to Support Your Autistic Student’s Success and Well-Being

While the nation’s school closures came like a curveball at most school-age children and their families, children with autism have fiercely felt the jolt. Autistic children and their parents may still be fretting and frustrated with unstructured days at home. Here are six tips for making the most of school days at home for kids with autism. ...
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Cleveland Hearing and Speech Center Parent Tip of the Week

7 Fun Activities to Promote Speech and Language in Young Children

Everyday activities can be opportunities to expand learning — particularly for speech and language. Here are seven easy, familiar options you can do at home with your child that offer speech and language cues. ...
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Cleveland Hearing and Speech Center Parent Tip of the Week

May is Better Hearing & Speech Month

Most of us take our ability to communicate effectively for granted; unless or until something changes our ability, we pay very little attention to it. But did you know that an estimated 40 million Americans experience speech, language, and/or hearing disorders?  ...
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Register for Milestones Autism Resources 2020 National Conference — Now Virtual

Registration is open for the Milestones Autism Resources 2020 National Autism Conference, which will take place June 11-16 as a complete virtual experience. The conference is designed for professionals as well as individuals with autism spectrum disorder and their family members. ...
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Cleveland Hearing and Speech Center Parent Tip of the Week

At-Home Tips to Boost Speech Therapy

Children who have been identified with speech-language impairments likely have established nonstandard patterns of speaking or have deficits that will require extra attention and training to improve. In addition to speech therapy — whether in the office or via teletherapy — there are many activities and games you can use at home to help. ...
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Managing Behaviors at Home for Children Who Have Special Needs

If your child receives applied behavior analysis (ABA), it’s fairly likely their ABA service hours look vastly different today than they did weeks ago. They may not be accessing ABA

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Therapeutic Listening: a Sense-ational Approach to Treating the Whole Body 

“Wow, that’s quite a headset!” the man exclaimed as he stepped outside the post office, peering down at the wide-eyed 5-year-old on on a mission to mail a letter. read

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