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What can I do for my child at home?

Your child's speech therapy will also be positively impacted by addressing speech goals in the home.

For a younger child, that may include working on joint conversational skills through play for twenty minutes a day, while a child working on sound errors will be given weekly worksheets and cards in a speech folder that family members can work on every other day.

Even working on speech goals for fifteen minutes a day in the home can decrease your child's length of speech therapy and is an excellent way to generalize progress to the home setting.


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Pediatric Speech, Language
& Learning Center
230 Sherman Avenue
Berkeley Heights | NJ | 07722

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