3 Tips on How to Help Your Child Make Friends

Listening to reports of your child being made fun of, picked on, or quietly ignored, is difficult for even the most stoic of parents. Childhood friendships, though they may seem simple to adults, are as full of intrigue and drama as a daytime soap opera: one day the...

Expressive Language: Why Your Child Doesn’t Ask Why

So you've managed to improve your child’s expressive language skills. They can converse with people outside of your family. They understand that conversation is a back and forth process, with one person asking, while the other answers. And yet, you find that your...

A Developmental Checklist: Language Development

It can be pretty frustrated trying to get a clear picture of what’s wrong with your child. Even after you get a diagnosis, you may still be confused about exactly how to help your child. Unfortunately, I find that many professionals focus on your child’s diagnosis,...