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Lessons from Remote Learning

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Seemingly overnight, schools everywhere have transitioned to a remote educational model for the foreseeable future as we enter a period of extended social distancing. For school leaders and families who are trying to adapt to the new normal... Read full article

Keep Kids Connected During Social Distancing

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Kids (and adults!) need to feel connected during this time of extended social distancing. Many of us are mourning the loss of gatherings, concerts, on-site classes, and other events that we love.... Read full article

How to Safeguard Children with Special Needs from Bullying

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When young Cody joined the peer inclusion preschool at his neighborhood public school, he fit in from the start. His class was a mix of neurotypical “peer mentors” and children with disabilities, including students like Cody with apraxia of speech, a... Read full article

What Are Infant Lip and Tongue Ties?

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If it’s determined that your baby has a lip or tongue tie, CO2 laser therapy is the most advanced, quick and safe treatment. ... Read full article

What is a Tongue-Tie?

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A common sign that a child may be tongue-tied is a delay in speech development. Learn about treating tongue-tie today. ... Read full article

The Truth About Infant Tongue-Ties

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Infant tongue-tie is often overlooked by parents and pediatricians. Learn more about this common health issue today.... Read full article

The Connection Between Low Milk Supply and Tongue-Ties

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Tongue-tie can cause breastfeeding challenges. Learn how low milk supply and tongue-ties are connected.... Read full article

The Link Between Speech Development and Lip and Tongue-Tie Conditions

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Babbling is a child’s natural way of attempting to communicate at first. Typically, children begin speaking words between 18-24 months. You will notice your child experimenting with sounds and connecting them with meaning. Eventually, the babble turn... Read full article

Why Does My Child Have Difficulty Eating?

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Is your child having difficulty eating? Is he or she a picky eater? Lip and tongue-tie conditions might be the reason. Learn more and contact us today.... Read full article

Why is My Baby Underweight?

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Is your baby underweight? Poor growth development and malnourishment are common symptoms of infant lip and tongue-tie conditions. Learn more about these infant health issues today.... Read full article

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