Archives forSeptember 2015 - Speech Solutions Hawaii

23
Sep
2015
Could Difficult Behaviors be the Clue to a Surprising Discovery?

Could Difficult Behaviors be the Clue to a Surprising Discovery?

By Carolinda Myers-Murphy on September 23, 2015 in Language Orofacial Myology Speech Therapy with No Comments

by Carolinda “Trini” Myers-Murphy I just received an interesting article in our American Speech and Hearing Association (ASHA) journal.  It is something that we see all too often in our office here at Speech Solutions Hawaii, so I thought it was definitely worth the “share” and to start talking about it. All too often we […]

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16
Sep
2015
5 Practical Speech Therapy Techniques That You Can Do Now!

5 Practical Speech Therapy Techniques That You Can Do Now!

By Carolinda Myers-Murphy on September 16, 2015 in Education Language School Speech Therapy with No Comments

by Carolinda “Trini” Myers-Murphy I’ve had the pleasure of being able to treat children now for many many years.  (15 to be exact! Sheesh- where did my 30’s go?!?).  Over the course of time, you begin to notice trends that help, and trends that hamper a child’s progress through-out their experience in speech therapy. As […]

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9
Sep
2015
4 Activities to Increase your Child’s Core Strength

4 Activities to Increase your Child’s Core Strength

By Carolinda Myers-Murphy on September 9, 2015 in Inspiration with No Comments

by Kelci Santiago “Sit up straight, knees are 90 degrees, feet flat on the ground.” I feel the above statement is my very own speech therapy mantra I continually use to remind the children I see here in Hawaii to check-in with their posture while sitting in therapy. More often than not, a child will […]

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1
Sep
2015
Where Did Labor Day Come From?

Where Did Labor Day Come From?

By Debra Hartley on September 1, 2015 in Education Inspiration with No Comments

by Debra Hartley If you’ve been following the Speech Solutions Hawaii blog this year, you’ve probably noticed that we’ve focused on holidays a bit this year. Every month has a major holiday with the exception of August, but we’ve found that a lot of our kiddos don’t know the meaning or origin of these holidays. […]

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