Rose is an ASHA certified Speech-Language Pathologist and a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. She divides her time between a public school and her own private practice- ABA SPEECH. ABA SPEECH provides specialized in person and teletherapy speech therapy services across 10 states including California, Ohio and Florida. Rose is the creator of the Autism OutreachContinue reading Pod 36: My Conversation with Rosemarie Griffin of ABA Speech
In this episode, I have a conversation with Zafer Elcik, co-founder of Otsimo, an award-winning educational app for children with special needs.Continue reading Pod 34: Zafer Elcik Co-Founder of Otsimo
This article by the online speech pathology program from Baylor University’s Robbins College of Health and Human Sciences is an excellent read for parents who may be concerned about language delays or speech disorders.Continue reading Parent’s Guide to Language Delays and Speech Disorders in Children by Baylor University
If you want your child to develop better communication skills, try drawing simple pictures on napkins and placing them in their lunchbox each day. Then when you pick up the child at school ask them what was on that napkin!Continue reading Using Simple Drawings to Increase Communication in Children with Autism
Today my son lost something. It wasn’t a favorite toy or a tooth. It was much more important than that. He lost the diagnosis of Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS).
Children love to be outside, and the research is undeniable that physical activity is so important for them. For my little guy, Barclay, physical activity is imperative! He has profound ADHD, in addition to a speech delay and Autism Spectrum Disorder, so if I don’t take the time to help him get the urge toContinue reading A Visit to the Park is a Brain Booster for Developmentally Delayed Toddlers
My name is Barclay, and I have Childhood Apraxia of Speech or CAS). I need to share my diagnosis story with you so all children with CAS can get the help they need and be happy like me!
To say Barclay is active would be like comparing a kitten and a lion. It’s nowhere near an accurate description!
My name is Barclay. I am four years old and have Autism Spectrum Disorder. My mom is going to tell you the story of my diagnosis. I need to share this because I hope all children who have autism can get the help they need to be happy like me!