Communication Is Key

Communication Is Key

Guest author: By Kyla Kennedy “Being a therapist of any kind is usually a personal journey, and it was no different for me,” says Kathryn Wage of what led her to found Aspire Speech & Learning Center nearly 25 years ago.  At a young age, Kathryn’s mother was...
Meeting Developmental Milestones

Meeting Developmental Milestones

 The Center for Disease Control and Prevention have listed helpful guidelines that parents should consider when following their child’s development.  It is important to Learn the signs and act early on any child that may be falling behind on age...
Finding a Voice – Kayla Takeuchi

Finding a Voice – Kayla Takeuchi

  I want to tell you a little bit about myself. I am a person with autism and I am nonspeaking. I found my voice on April 3, 2007 through facilitated communication. Please understand that this changed my whole life. I became a real person who had something...
The Mysterious Case of the Unhappy Learner

The Mysterious Case of the Unhappy Learner

 What happened to that well-adjusted, smart child who had a great summer away from school?  Are you seeing homework meltdowns, hearing from the teacher that there are behavioral concerns, or getting progress reports that are dismal? You wonder why your once...
Research Tested, Parent Approved

Research Tested, Parent Approved

 Almost every day, we hear parents talking about their child’s struggle with reading, inability to pay attention, or difficulty listening to and understanding what their teacher is saying in class. These parents would be pleased to know that an online-based...