Speech Therapy

The Speech Therapy department at CWJR is trained in a variety of specialized programs, including the Hanen approach, reflex integration, Vital Stim, and specialized feeding courses.

What is social pragmatic language?

Social pragmatic language is also known as the way people use language to communicate for social purposes. Social pragmatic language is used in a wide range of environments so it can be difficult to explain the differences as it can vary from person to person.


We all know that frequent handwashing is the best way for us to avoid getting sick. Germs that cause the cold or the flu spread quickly if you touch our eyes, nose, or mouth so it’s important to keep your hands clean. Below are the 5 steps for effective handwashing

Classroom Clues

With “back-to-school” time right around the corner, it can be helpful to start reviewing basic strategies that can help your child feel prepared for the classroom. After some time away from the classroom, it is normal for your child to feel unsure of what to do or how to behave. Regardless of what class they …

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Skills for Reading Readiness

Reading Readiness

Your kids are home and you’re worried about their progress in school. For preschoolers and kindergarteners, keeping their reading  skills up may be easier than you think. There are a few simple steps to make sure your child has the foundational skills to be ready to read. 

Vocal Hygiene

With so many phone and video meetings, plus talking through a mask, my vocal folds have been feeling hoarse and tired from speaking loudly and hydrating less. Follow these tips to avoid damage and keep your vocal folds healthy and comfortable. 

Let’s Talk Articulation

Articulation is the ways in which our mouths move in order to help us make sounds. Individuals with a hard time articulating their words can find themselves frustrated when communicating with others. Luckily, Speech Language Pathology can help!