28 Dec
Screen Time for Littles 10 quality TV shows for young children

It is that time of year where we are in the thick of winter break and holiday festivities. Having your kiddos home for extended periods of time may make you feel like you are running out of activities and experiences to keep them entertained. While it is true that we recommend face-to-face interactions, hands on […]

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Posted December 28th, 2023
31 Aug
Five Books to Help Transition Back to School

Those first days back to school can really set the stage for the rest of the school year. From excitement to difficult morning transitions, Your little one may be experiencing a whole range of emotions as they begin to settle in at school. These books are a great way to help your child discuss emotions, […]

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Posted August 31st, 2023
26 Jul
Accent Modification

What is an Accent? There are various definitions of what an “accent” really is. In one sense, everyone has an accent! That is because we all pronounce our speech in a specific way based on our regional and social groups. In another sense, an “accent” is something that demonstrates the many small differences in pronunciation […]

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Posted July 26th, 2023
26 Apr
Feeding and Swallowing

What is A Speech-Language Pathologist’s Role in Feeding and Swallowing? You may be surprised, but speech-language pathologists don’t just work with speech and language. We also treat feeding and swallowing disorders! That is because many of the same muscles and structures that are used for producing speech and language are also used for swallowing. For […]

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Posted April 26th, 2023
14 Feb
Let's Spread Some Love!!

Happy Valentine’s Day from CSRC! Here at Chicago Speech and Reading Center we love all of the ways we get to celebrate Valentine’s Day, as well as all of the goals we get to target! Are you looking for some fun speech and language activities to work on at home? We are here to help! […]

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Posted February 14th, 2023