Parenting Tips

Being a parent is a TOUGH job! It is both rewarding and challenging in the same breath. When a child a special need such as a speech or language disorder, parenting can be even more challenging. 

I have been listening to my readers and it seems like parenting tips for children with special needs is a huge area of concern.

So.......welcome!

Here you will find links to pages of all sorts of topics. I am answering common questions from readers just like yourself. 

Enjoy and leave a comment in you are interested in a certain area and we will do our best to help!

Topics For Parenting Tips!

Discipline

Disciplining a child is one of the most challenging things a parent faces. Are we doing it right? It the child learning anything? How can I STOP THIS BEHAVIOR?!

Well, I am not expert in discipline but I AM an expert in speech and language. 

When a child has special needs, there are some special considerations needed during discipline. 

Presents

Need to buy a present? We can help! What to buy? What is worth the money? What toys are educational? We have the toys and why they are great!

Are Pacifiers Bad?

Are pacifiers bad? Will my child's speech development be affected by pacifier use? Read more and find out! These are COMMON questions. Click and find out once and for all!!!

Screen Time - How much is too much?

Screen Time For Kids? Should we be worried about the amount of screen time our children acquire daily? Well, the short answer is YES! I review the most recent recommendations from medical professionals.

Prevent Autism During Pregnancy?

Prevent Autism During Pregnancy With Probiotics? Is it possible? Let's read about the results of my investigation.

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Bridget is an ASHA certified, practicing speech language pathologist. She is passionate about providing parents with information on child speech and language development as well as provide functional, easy activities to do at home! Parents have the power to make a real difference.

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