Social Skills

School refusal can look like spontaneous tummy aches the night before school, struggles to separate in the car line, or voicemails from the school wanting to talk about your teenager’s...

 Podcast with Summer McMurry, MS, CCC-SLP (Carolina Pediatric Therapy Founder & CEO) with Catherine Tintle, M.Ed. CCC-SLP discussing EPIC Saturdays, a program designed to help school aged children develop and...

In the past, educators and pediatric therapists viewed social skills instruction as more of a way to help children learn conversation rules to follow or common courtesies to use. For example,...

Talking Points to Improve Social Awareness Traditionally, children learn social skills and develop an awareness of the social world without even realizing it as they interact with others at an early...

Being a teenager is hard, physically and emotionally. It is not uncommon for teens to experience mood swings and have minor changes in behavior. However, around five percent of teens...

Language is an important part of everyday communication. No matter your child's age, whether they are an infant or ten years old, their language is continually developing. Encouraging language development...