Why Overusing Baby Food Pouches Could Be Bad For Kids

"Baby food pouches now make up 25% of the U.S. baby food market, according Nielsen's Total Food View as reported by The Times... However, they're not a replacement for regular fruits and veggies, according to Dr. Robin Jacobson, a pediatrician at NYU Langone Pediatric Associates at Irving Place, part of Hassenfeld Children’s Hospital."


Follow the link below to read the full article with recommendations and tips for eliminating baby food pouches.

Summer Camp Guide for Greater Boston

With summer quickly approaching, now is a great time to start exploring summer camp options for the kids! Boston Parents Paper compiled an issue for the best summer camps around, including tips and tricks for having the best camp experience possible. There are camps and programs for any interest area including gymnastics, robotics, farms, sports, arts, coding, science, and more! Learn more using the link below!


May is Better Hearing and Speech Month!

May is almost here and it's Better Hearing and Speech Month (BHSM)! BHSM is designed to raise awareness about communication disorders. The American Speech and Hearing Association and it's members play a vital role in providing treatment to those affected by speech, language, and hearing disorders.

To celebrate Better Hearing and Speech Month, the SLP Center will be offering complimentary speech and language screenings. Call the office at 781-792-2700 to schedule a screening today!


Autism Eats promotes "autism-friendly" family dining!

Where: Maggiano’s Little Italy, Boston, MA

When: Thursday, April 26, 2018 from 6:00 to 8:00 PM

Meet Wally the Green Monster and enjoy a meal! Get your tickets here!


Excerpt from Autism Eats website:

“For those of us who have a child with autism dining out can be anxiety provoking and stressful. As parents, we may feel that "all eyes are on us" when our kids exhibit certain behaviors, have outbursts or refuse to sit still. Other diners may be disturbed and the well intentioned wait staff doesn't really know the best way to help out. Many of us decide it is just not worth the effort and that is unfortunate. We created Autism Eats to bring the fun back to eating out. Our dinner parties are held in private rooms of restaurants or function facilities. Food is served buffet or family style so there is no waiting. Music and lighting are adjusted to accommodate those with sensory sensitivity.”


VOTE NOW! SLP Center is a Finalist for Family Favorites of 2018!

Thanks to your support, the Speech Language Pathology Center of Norwell is top nominee!  Please go to the following link to cast your final vote at “Boston Parent Paper’s Best”. Final voting is open until May 1st!

See the link HERE to vote.

Voting is even easier than last time! Click "Health" then "Speech Language Therapy". You'll see SLP Center in the top box! Simply click to vote. We appreciate you taking a minute out of your day to help spread the word about our commitment to families in need of speech and feeding therapy!

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Vote for SLP Center for Family Favorites of 2018!

The Speech Language Pathology Center of Norwell has been nominated for a Family Favorite Award in the category of Speech Therapy for Boston Parents Paper 2018 issue! 

See the link HERE to vote.

Simply click "Health" then "Speech Language Therapy" and type in our practice name and location to cast your vote! Nominee voting is open for the month of March! We appreciate you taking a minute out of your day to help spread the word about our commitment to families in need of speech and feeding therapy!

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Dyslexia: The Role of the SLP

Dyslexia is commonly mistaken for reversing letters/numbers when reading. In reality, the definition of dyslexia is much more general: difficulty reading printed words. SLPs play a major role in evaluating and treating dyslexia, as many speech and language related areas affect the ability to learn how to read, write, and spell. Learn more about the SLP's role in treating reading difficulties below.


Call the SLP Center at 781-792-2700 if you would like to schedule an evaluation to assess reading difficulties, writing, spelling, or language. We are here to help!