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How can Speech Therapy benefit a child with Dyslexia?

February 21, 2018

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If your child has dyslexia, or are concerned that they may have dyslexia, you'll want to check out our top story in this month's edition of the Pediatric Speech Therapy Newsletter!

 

Dyslexia is a language-based learning disability that can affect a child’s ability to identify speech sounds. Typically, dyslexia affects a child’s ability to read printed language. We offer dyslexia screenings at Aspire if you are concerned that your child may have dyslexia.

 

Our other main story focuses on the /n/ sound or other nasal sounds, we'll offer some tips and tricks you can try out at home to help your child make or improve their production of the sound. We also take a look at Picture Exchange Communication Systems (PECS), which can help a child struggling to meet early language milestones. You'll find that PECS are especially beneficial for children with autism spectrum disorder.

 

Here's the full rundown for our February 2018 issue:

  • How Speech Therapy Helps Children with Dyslexia

  • Is Your Child Having Trouble with the /n/ Sound?

  • Ask a Therapist: What are the benefits of Picture Exchange Communication Systems (PECS)?

  • App of the Month: ArtikPix

  • Speech Therapy Spotlight: Shannon Johnson, MA, CCC-SLP

 

Happy reading!

 

 

Kurt Dragomanovich

Digital Media Coordinator

 

 

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