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Speech Language Therapy Updates

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Our speech language pathology department is passionate about our work: We are caring, supportive, and creative; the payoff- the children and students we work with are very excited to see us and they are proud of their accomplishments! Our speech and language staff is growing and we are now offering bilingual Spanish and French speech language evaluations and we are expanding our speech and language services to your Queens home!

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MINDFUL PARENTING, Part 1: “Revenge of the Princesses” When Your Child’s Social Drama Becomes Your Own, by Fara Jones, M.A., LCSW, Psychotherapist

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?Mommy, the princesses won?t let me play with them.?
I pulled over and got into the back seat of the car with my 4-year old daughter.
?What do you mean?? I desperately asked her, trying to conceal the panic in my voice . . .
My poor girl, a fan of the Star Wars films, found herself in the nether-region of such ?gender play? and was effectively banished by both Han Solo and Sleeping Beauty.

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Developing Your Preschoolers Emotional Vocabulary, by Annette Hernandez, Ph.D., Clinical Psychologist

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Young kids, as we all know (?.some of us by direct experience, wink wink) are prone to tantrums and/or meltdowns. One reason for this is that their young minds are not yet able to a) understand their emotions and b) express their emotions. As with developing abilities, preschoolers need help learning the skill known as emotional vocabulary.

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Speech-Language Pathologists: Language Experts and Literacy Resource

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Educational-based speech language pathology (SLP) is playing a bigger role in the literacy success of children and adolescents. Related professions and teachers are starting to become more aware of our unique skill set and how we play a critical role in education. SLPs are often the first professionals to identify the root cause of reading and writing problems through a child’s difficulty with language. SLPs help children to build the skills they need to succeed in school and in life.

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