Beware The Pink Bins Of Brooklyn And Queens!

Summer’s the perfect time to go through your closet and figure out exactly what you do and don’t need. If you live in Brooklyn or Queens, you may have spotted pink ‘donation’ bins popping up in your neighborhood and thought that they were a genius way to simplify your wardrobe redesign. Well, there’s good news […]

Want Some Whine?

School is out, and camp’s begun – hooray! In the break between these two glorious institutions, many of our children took us on excursions to a dark and unlovely place I call Whine Country. “It’s not fair! Why can’t I have more iPod time??” “You promised we’d get ice cream!” “Ryan’s hitting me!” More distracting […]

Reducing Test-Taking Anxiety

The Situation Today With New York State tests just around the corner, hearing children in your life complaining about their fears or frustrations around writing short answers and extended responses, explaining their answers, or the “stupid Common Core”, may be frequent. As a tutor in Manhattan to several third, fourth, and fifth grade public school […]

Top 10 NYC Play Spaces to Encourage Language

Winter is almost officially here! We seem to get less active during the winter months, but that doesn’t have to be the case for our NYC kiddos. Instead of sticking to sedentary activities such as the iPad, TV, and computer, get your children crawling, running, and jumping! We as speech pathologists have done workshops and […]

Top Story Times in the City

It’s November and getting a bit chilly out there!  Many of you are probably starting to feel cooped up in your apartments and want something to do with your kids.  We, as speech pathologists, have gotten to know many of the fun activities NYC has to offer.  This month we’ll be talking to you about […]