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Speech Sound Disorders – Articulation and Phonological Processes

How can you tell if your child has a speech sound disorder? Find out the signs of articulation and phonological disorders in this blog. Read on!

What is Developmental Coordination Disorder? 

This blog discusses DSD, which may be an appropriate diagnosis for some children with difficulties attaining/performing motor skills.
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Container Baby Syndrome

I’m sure you’re asking “what are you talking about?”. Simply put it’s when babies are moved from one container to another throughout the day (Container Baby Shuffle) and they develop certain symptoms as a result.

Selective Mutism

Selective mutism (formerly known as elective mutism) usually happens during childhood. A child with selective mutism does not speak in certain situations, like at school, but speaks at other times, like at home or with friends. Selective mutism often starts before a child is 5 years old. It is usually first noticed when the child starts school.
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Paediatric Dysphagia

What is it? Dysphagia, also called swallowing disorders, can occur at different stages in the swallowing…
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Orofacial Myofunctional Disorders (OMD)

What are they? With OMD, the tongue moves forward in an exaggerated way during speech and/or swallowing. The tongue may lie too far forward…

Stuttering

What is it? Stuttering affects the fluency of speech. It begins during childhood and, in some cases, lasts throughout life. The disorder is…

Hypermobility Syndrome

Hypermobility can be a common source of joint or muscle complaints causing fatigue, pain and possible injury.
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