Each language has its own pattern and rhythm in which you speak it. When individuals learn a new language, they commonly speak it using the stress pattern and rhythm of their first language. In English, some syllables within words are … Continue reading
Being a speech pathologist, I frequently meet parents who are concerned that their children are late talkers. Children can learn to talk later than expected for a range of reasons. Some children develop a little slower than other children, but … Continue reading
Is your child beginning school next year and you would like to give them a head start? Or is your child already at school, but having difficulty learning to read and spell? There are some things you can do to … Continue reading
I work with a number of people who, when they see me for the first time, tell me they never knew they could see a Speech Pathologist to help them with their English pronunciation. My purpose for this blog is … Continue reading
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Welcome to Designed 2 Shine Speech Pathology’s first blog! We are now almost through the first month of 2013. I am back into the swing of things and ready to help you with any needs relating to speech, language and … Continue reading