27 Jun
Roscoe Village Burger Fest 2016! Burger Fest

CSRC is so excited to be participating in the 2016 Roscoe Village Burger Fest! Come stop by our booth in the Kids Zone for some fun giveaways, activities and informative handouts for parents.  Here are the details: What: Roscoe Village Burger Fest When: July 9-10, 2016, 11am-6pm Where: Clybourn Ave between Diversey and Wellington (location […]

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Posted June 27th, 2016
3 Jun
Toys that Facilitate Language Choosing Quality Toys that will Support your Child's Language Growth Tots Play

At Chicago Speech and Reading Center, parents often ask us to suggest toys and games that will help promote their child’s speech and language development. In today’s world, it can often be difficult to separate the good from the bad. You have come to the right place! We are here to help you choose quality […]

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Posted June 3rd, 2016
1 Mar
Welcome Michelle Bergy to the CSRC Team! Michelle Bergy

Michelle Bergy is a licensed speech and language pathologist with a passion for working with children and helping others communicate.  This passion was cemented when volunteering with children on the autism spectrum during her undergraduate studies.  After completing her master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology, Michelle spent a year working with k-8th grade kids in Chicago […]

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Posted March 1st, 2016
1 Mar
Phonological Awareness Building a Foundation for Reading Literacy Pic

Many children struggle with learning to read while others quickly master the ability to decode. For those children who are at risk for reading difficulties down the road, early development of phonological awareness can be the path to reading mastery. Research has repeatedly shown that a strong grasp of these foundational skills can truly predict […]

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Posted March 1st, 2016
20 Nov
Meet Chelsea! We are so excited to welcome the newest addition to the CSRC team! Chelsea Clements

Chelsea Clements is a graduate of the Speech Pathology program at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale, Illinois. As a native of the Northern Illinois area, she decided to relocate back to the city of Chicago to begin her professional career as a Speech-Language Pathologist within the pediatric setting. During her undergraduate and graduate studies, she […]

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Posted November 20th, 2015