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Staff Profile: Beth Frilingos

Elizabeth “Beth” Frilingos M.Ed, CCC-SLP Earned her Bachelor’s degree in English from Wheaton College in Wheaton, Illinois, and after two years teaching children ages 12-18 months at The Goddard School for Early Childhood Development in Delaware, went on to receive her Master’s in Education in Communication Disorders from Georgia State University. Ever since teaching young…

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AMC & Autism Society of America Team Up

AMC Entertainment® (AMC) and the Autism Society of America have teamed up to bring families affected by autism and other disabilities a special opportunity to enjoy their favorite films in a safe and accepting environment on a monthly basis with the “Sensory Friendly Films” program. In order to provide a more accepting and comfortable setting…

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Date: October 2, 2010 Times: 10K and 5K @ 8:00am1-mile fun run @ 10:00amTot Trot @ 10:30am Location: Gwinnett County Fairgrounds Entertainment Bldg.Sugarloaf Pkwy. Gate B Distances: 10K and 5K USATF certified1-mile Fun Run and Tot TrotRunners and walkers are both welcome More information: www.georgiaraceforautism.com

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Does my child stutter?

The young child who is still struggling to master certain sounds, vocabulary, sentence arrangement and the social pressures of talking will naturally stumble over speech more often than adults or older children. Because children with normal disfluencies show many of the same behaviors found in stuttering, it may be difficult for you to distinguish normal…

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Staff – Carly Morris

Carly Morris, MA, CCC–SLP Received her Bachelor’s degree in Communication Sciences and Disorder from the Pennsylvania State University, followed by Master of Arts in Speech and Hearing Sciences from the University of Illinois, Urbana–Champaign. While in graduate school, Carly received a training scholarship to research and explore relationships between parents and children, with emphasis on…

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Pre-Phonemic Awareness Activity

Phonemic awareness is the ability to hear, identify, and manipulate individual sounds (phonemes) in spoken words. A great phonological awareness activity is rhyming! Help your child fill-in some new rhymes. Since you are focusing on sound and not meaning, nonsense is fine. Have fun! A tree with a …bee. A cat with a …bat. A…

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