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The children are depending on us to know what's helpful and what is not. Let's be there for them and help them to become better communicators.
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Congress Must Delay Netanyahu's Speech
Breaking with longstanding protocol, GOP Speaker of the House John Boehner recently invited Israel's Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, to address a joint session of Congress without proper consultation with the White House or his Democratic colleagues.
There's no issue with Israel's leader addressing America's legislators. In fact, we welcome it. But the timing here--weeks before Israeli elections, and as Congress is debating legislation (aggressively backed by Netanyahu) that could impact our sensitive negotiations with Iran--couldn't be worse, and we need your help in making that clear.
Every Member of Congress has a responsibility to let Speaker Boehner know that this invitation is inappropriate, and that the speech must be delayed.
J Street Portland
"...As in many cases in the past, Netanyahu’s attempts to confront Obama on the president’s home court boomeranged. Once again Netanyahu ended up on the losing side. Having no meetings with any senior administration officials, with an agenda that has turned temporarily irrelevant, and in a situation where his trip could cause more damage than good, perhaps Netanyahu would do better to stay at home and focus on his election campaign."
Netanyahu's Congress stunt: The straw that broke Obama's back - Diplomacy and Defense
As long as Obama is in the White House, he has no intention of meeting Netanyahu. If reelected, the Israeli PM may find himself abandoned and...
The ability to express opinions and ideas publicly without government interference is a good feeling. This is called freedom of speech. Although government cannot interfer when it come to free speech, free speech does not mean the public must/will accept your opinions and ideas. Freedom of speech works as a tool of productivity in our society, only if we are willing to lay down our weapons. Weapons varies based on groups and individuals. Who you are determines the extent of your freedom of speech. Your occupation plays a part in your use of freedom of speech. Your location matters when you choose to speak freely. Freedom of speech works only if it is not...
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Elizabeth Kapstein is a clinician that specializes in working with clients where stuttering is part of their lives. While she has many specialities, today we focus on stuttering and as Elizabeth is a stutterer herself, she brings that unique perspective to her experience as a trained and licensed behavioral health provider. Read the full article HERE.
What is stuttering?
What does Stuttering sound like?
What Causes Stuttering?
Myths and Beliefs
I will outgrow my stuttering.
I am alone.
I stutter because I am a nervous person.
Stuttering is my fault. I cause it.
I am just not trying hard enough.
I need to hide my stuttering.
Just breathe, slow down and it will go away.
I must speak without stuttering to be successful and accepted in life.
I shouldn’t talk about stuttering. It’s embarrassing.
Stuttering will hold me back in life.
What to do when someone stutters: Stuttering is misunderstood. Sometimes the listener feels anxious and doesn’t know what to do.
What are the different types of therapies for people who stutter?
Well...As I start closing out the year with my fave guests of all time I would be so dissapointed if I didnt get the chance to spend a little time with one of my fave human beings... Speech Thomas is a Grammy Award Winning artist... So smart..so kind...so lovely...I simply cannot wait.. You wont be dissapointed...See ya at the show,Love,Epiphany
For the past few decades, Progressives have been busy changing and reating laws to limit our ability to speak freely and voice our true opinions. Today,we have to be careful what we say because the "P.C. Police" are listening, waiting for us to misspeak. These days, saying something that's been on our mind can lead to trouble. "Hate Speech,"which was putin place to counter racism and pure hatred, has been expanded to include questioning certain policies and leaders. But, believe it or not, this has all happened before, and our founding fathers knew the importance of not being restricted to say what we want. Frank Flores, Texas businessman and Constitutionalist, joins us to share his perspective on this important issue. Callers welcome!
Join pediatric speech-language pathologist Laura Mize, M.S., CCC-SLP of www.teachmetotalk.com as she gives a mom guidance and ideas for working on improving her vocabulary. Mom's questions are below. Since this mom has previously purchased Teach Me To Talk: The Therapy Manual, we'll be elaborating on ideas from the book and giving her specific page numbers for directions. If you have a child who is at the 18 month to 24 month language level but is having a hard time learning to use phrases and seems to say more words than he/she really understands, then this show is for you!
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Join Sara Bingham, WeeHands Founder and author of The Baby Signing Book, each week as she shares parenting tips, language development strategies, and the joys of connecting with your baby, toddler and/or preschool child.
This week, Sara will chat with Sharon Weisz, a speech language pathologist and owner of Toronto Speech Therapy about language development. We'll also discuss the myth that using sign language with young children delays speech.
Learn more about how WeeHands and signing with your baby at www.weehands.com or share with us on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/weehands.