Before I was a parent, I assumed my background as a speech therapist for 10 + years would help me “get it right” when it came to parenting. I obsessed about every little thing and every do and don’t I would hear from friends, colleagues, and Instagram.
But I had let go of that when my daughter experienced delays of her own. For me, “getting it right” meant admitting what I didn’t know and seeking support from professionals such as physical and occupational therapists.
Getting my daughter the support she needed early on and the tools to help her at home made all difference in where she is today. Using speech therapy strategies from the beginning kept her "on track" with speech development, even with early signs of a speech delay such as delayed babbling,
The resources you'll find here are meant to show you how to shift your focus from obsessing about developmental checklists to appreciating your child’s unique strengths. You'll discover simple ways to foster their speech development into what you are already doing in your day.
I'll be in it with you as you embrace where your child is right now and
I know life with a toddler is busy! Whether it's a 1:1 virtual session or my self-paced online course, choose the option that works for you
For a virtual consult, you'll fill out the welcome questionnaire so I can get to know your and your family and how to get you strategies that will fit into your day.
Fire up your laptop and get ready to learn speech therapy secrets to help your toddler increase the words they're saying and get off to the rights start with speech milestones.
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You don't need to be a speech therapist to help your toddler talk! Learn speech therapy secrets on your time in my self-paced virtual course
Not sure if your toddler is considered a "late talker?" This quiz will help you identify if your child is a "late-talker" based on the number of words that are using along with other factors