Headstart for Life

Author: Jia Yue

Social Skills Training,Speech Therapy

Getting the most out of your toys: Part 2

Hello everyone! Welcome back to HeadStart for Life’s blog! Previously, I discussed several ways in which we can use a toy that most of us will be very familiar with to support various aspects of

2 months ago by 2 minutes

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Social Skills Training,Speech Therapy

Getting the most out of your toys: Part 1

Hello everyone! Welcome to our new series on getting the most out of your toys! Often, parents have told me that they don’t really know how to use the toys at home to play in a variety of ways.

6 months ago by 2 minutes

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Speech Therapy

What should we teach our toddlers?

“He can point to different body parts now!” “She counted from 1 to 30 yesterday!” Quite often, parents share about what their child knows. Young children learn at an exponentia

9 months ago by 2 minutes

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Speech Therapy

I don’t need to talk as my child doesn’t understand and is not listening

Hello everyone! Welcome to the next post in the Myths vs Facts series! Recently, Prince William and Prince George were the subjects of some online discussions because there were photos of Prince Willi

11 months ago by 2 minutes

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Social Skills Training,Speech Therapy

Are electronic toys better than traditional toys?

Hi there! Welcome back to this on going series of Myths vs Facts! Play is very important for children as it is linked to many aspects of a child’s development. These include cognition, language,

1 year ago by 2 minutes

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Speech Therapy

Bottle feeding: When should I stop?

Hello everyone! Welcome to the second post in our Myths vs Facts series! Today, we will be tackling the tricky topic of when should we start to wean our child off the use of a milk bottle. Read on to

1 year ago by 2 minutes

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Speech Therapy

Will my child grow out of it?

Two parents were chatting in an elevator one day. One parent was expressing concern that her daughter was not speaking much for her age. The other parent replied that a friend’s son did not spea

1 year ago by 2 minutes

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Speech Therapy

Red Flags for Language Development of Preschoolers

As children grow, it is typical for parents to become anxious about whether their children are hitting the right developmental language milestones. Although children grow differently, various developm

1 year ago by 2 minutes

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