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Judith Rosenfield Blog- Avon Patch

Follow and Comment Avon Patch, and others.... Simsbury, West Hartford, Canton, March 2011 "King's Speech Raises Awareness in Connecticut"...More Farmington Valley Seasons Magazine, Fall 2010 " .... song can help forge a pathway to speech." See full article.... High Notes Avon Life: Social interaction for some children requires help from a therapist. "Psychologists focus on social-emotional issues, but a speech pathologist focuses on social language.... " More Connecticut Parent Magazine: Passport to summer fun 2010

Music Therapy provides a fun safe place for kids

Music Therapy with Miss Kallie Mondays @ 5:30 pm King’s Speech and Learning Simsbury, CT Music services are offered at King’s Speech and Learning Center as a means to accelerate verbal and social development in children who may have general delays, oral or verbal apraxia, social anxiety, or social language difficulties. Our aim is to

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The Power Of Music

As a strong interactional medium, music has the power to change the way we interconnect with each other. It can provide another layer of thinking or another way to comprehend the value of communication. Everyone has a rhythm, even non-musical people. Oliver Sacks, a writer and a journalist for the Oxford Journal, once wrote: “Our

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Judith Rosenfield recipient of Special Education Award

Judith Rosenfield, director of King’s Speech and Learning Center in Simsbury, Connecticut,  received the Spirit of SEPTO Award from Bristol Special Education PTO for her noble service in the community. On June 3, 2014 nine Spirit awards were given out, along with citations from the Connecticut General Assembly presented by State Rep. Whit Betts (R-Bristol).

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ABA Therapy at King’s Speech and Learning Center

King’s Speech and Learning Center in Simsbury, CT now offers ABA therapy services to the Farmington Valley area.  These services follow our mission to train speech, social, academic and life skills for success in the 21st Century. ABA Therapy Services: Office and Home-based Services Behavioral Consultation Functional Behavioral Assessment Parent Training Curriculum Modification Certified Supervision

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Fear of Public Speaking

King’s Speech and Learning Center offers 5 Tips to Overcome Your Fear of Public Speaking 1. Accept your nerves and channel them into enthusiasm.  Pre-presentation jitters are perfectly normal. It is what you do with them that can make or break your presentation. It  will take more energy to try to hide your anxiety, so instead, talk

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Wait Your Turn Presentation Bristol Public Library

Wait Your Turn Presentation at Bristol Public Library will be on October 1st with Judith Rosenfield, M.A., CCC-SLP, Speech Language Pathologist and Director of King’s Speech and Learning Center. This presentation is aimed at parents who are looking for ways to improve their children’s social awareness and communication skills. The presentation at Bristol Public Library will be

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