Why Your Child Wants To Hear The Same Book Again And Again

Why Your Child Wants To Hear The Same Book Again And Again By Hallie Bulkin Does your toddler ask you to read them the same book every night at bedtime? Are you thinking, wow I am glad they love books and reading but “that one AGAIN…SERIOUSLY?” Yes, your child is SERIOUS! It might drive you Continue reading

The Difference Between Speech And Language

The Difference Between Speech & Language By Hallie Bulkin May is Better Hearing and Speech Month. This annual event is held by the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association (ASHA). The purpose of the event is to “provide opportunities to raise awareness about communication disorders and to promote treatment that can improve the quality of life Continue reading

Part 2: Strategies for Managing Anxiety

Strategies for Managing Anxiety By Hallie Bulkin And we’re back with part 2 of our series on strategies for managing anxiety. If you missed part 1, you can go back and read it here: Part 1. How to Strategically Manage Anxiety. My goal in Part 1 was to share a personal experience and set up Continue reading

Taking Face Time Back To Its Roots

Taking Face Time Back To Its Roots By Hallie Bulkin The first time you look into your childs eyes, there is an immediate connection. A bond between parent and child. Communication largely occurs through a child developing a blueprint for the shape of your face, the sound of your voice and how you smell. This Continue reading

FREE Educational Apps for Autism Awareness Month

By Hallie Bulkin I ran and downloaded the 15 FREE apps to give them each a try…and I am IMPRESSED! They are simple and I know your kids will love them. There are 3 main categories for the APPs: Flash Cards (places, alphabet, food, sports, vehicles, animals, actions, science, sight words) Receptive Identification (ABA receptive Continue reading

Does My Child Need Speech Therapy?

Does My Child Need Speech Therapy? By Hallie Bulkin Does your two-year-old struggle with his/her “B’s” and “P’s”? Do your husband and friends have a hard time understanding your three-year-olds speech? Are you the only one who truly understands what your child is saying? It is possible that your child is experiencing a speech and/or Continue reading

Define Your Child By What they CAN Do…

Define Your Child By What They Can Do…Instead Of What They Can’t By Hallie Bulkin   Has your child’s teacher or therapist ever recommended that you use your child’s strengths to build on their weaknesses? If they have, there is a reason for the recommendation. If you have heard that this is something you should Continue reading