Interpersonal communication

Child Anxiety

Child Anxiety

How To Help Your Anxious Child Begin A New School Year by Becca Ballilnger Don’t overreact to what your child is anxious about Don’t tell them that their fear will not happen DO develop a plan of action!! Read More on Child Anxiety

Selective Mutism in Our Own Words

Selective Mutism in Our Own Words

SELECTIVE MUTISM IN OUR OWN WORDS, by Carl Sutton,  is a book about Selective Mutism (SM) by the experts in the condition: those directly affected by it. It gives a voice to people who have all too often found themselves…

Fear of Public Speaking

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…

The Difference Between Introversion and Shyness (Are You Getting This Wrong Too?)

The Difference Between Introversion and Shyness (Are You Getting This Wrong Too?)

Have you been told you are an introvert?  Shy? Here is an interesting article about introversion and shyness we decided to post for your interest: If you are interested in learning the differences between introversion and shyness please feel free…

Wait Your Turn Presentation Bristol Public Library

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…

Benefits to Creative Learning Through the Arts: A Research Review

Benefits to Creative Learning Through the Arts: A Research Review

At King’s Speech and Learning Center, we often use music and dramatic play to maximize progress in speech, language and social-emotional skills. We believe “A creative environment is a safe environment” to work on social skills and speaking confidence, as…

Benefits of Playing Chess

Benefits of Playing Chess

Ten Big Brain Benefits of Playing Chess 1. It can raise your IQ 2. It helps prevent Alzheimer’s 3. It exercises both sides of the brain 4. It increases your creativity 5. It improves your memory 6. It increases problem-solving…

Social Practice with Peers

Social Practice with Peers

King’s Speech and Learning offers an onsite visit of a licensed speech-language pathologist to enhance your child’s social skills. For children with relatively mild social language challenges, the best environment for social practice is within natural contexts, such as day…