From Worrier to Warrior

Make Your Worrier a Warrior, A Guide to Conquering Your Child's Fears

One in eight children and adolescents are affected by anxiety each year. In addition, 40 million adults are diagnosed with anxiety in a given year, and each was once a child who likely suffered from worry and fear…. Read More

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Make Social and Emotional Learning Stick

The Mom’s Choice Award winner, Make Social and Emotional Learning Stick! Practical activities to help your child manage their emotions, navigate social situations and decrease anxiety, Expanded and Updated, has helped thousands of families manage their child’s emotions,… Read More

How to Best Help Your Child with Learning Differences to Succeed

Dr. Deborah Ross-Swain discusses how to best help your child with learning differences to succeed, with Dr. Orbuch, The Love Doctor! Listen to the interview at Empower Radio.

What if Your Child Can’t be a Good Listener? –Exploring Auditory Processing with Dr. Deborah Swain

  Dr. Dan and Dr. Swain talk about hearing and listening on this episode. It’s all about “what we do with what we hear” and “how the ear speaks to the brain” and that some children simply don’t… Read More

Hopeful Moments

Often times when we, as Speech-Language Pathologists (SLPs), meet parents for the first time, the feeling that dominates the interaction is fear. This is completely understandable considering most parents have been through the ringer of doctors, and evaluations and… Read More

Play, Play, Play All day!

It is so so important to play with your child and provide them with rich opportunities to play. Children learn and explore the world around them through play. There are many types of play, and all foster the… Read More

Speech Problems are Dramatically Increasing

A new study in the journal Pediatrics reported a dramatic rise in the rate of speech problems. Between 2001-02 and 2010-11, there was a 63% increase in disability related to speech problems. In light of this unsettling data,… Read More