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Families that have helped raise awareness to bring all our children a voice via TV!

Families that have helped raise awareness to bring all our children a voice via TV! If you are a family that wishes to share your “late talker” story (either success story or frustration story) with the media either… Read More

TV show “Not Just A Late Talker

Pictures from CN8’s Real Life half hour talker show titled “Not Just a Late Talker” featuring CHERAB Founder Lisa Geng and her son Tanner, VP CHERAB Cheryl Bennett Johnson MA SLS/Educational Consultant NJ State Teacher representative, CHERAB advisor… Read More

When Silence Isn’t Golden

Not all children with delayed speech are “little Einsteins” or garden variety “late bloomers.” Some have a speech-language disorder that will persist unless warning signs are recognized and intervention comes early. Includes a Guide for Parents.
Publish date: Nov 1, 2004
By: Marilyn C. Agin, MD

Advice for Perplexed Parents of Late Talkers

By. Jane E. Brody New York Times 2004-06-08 When your 18-month-old speaks fewer than 10 words, your 2-year-old uses no two-word combinations, or your 3-year-old’s speech is unintelligible to anyone but the immediate family, should you worry? Is… Read More

Toddler Talk – April 2003 Parents Magazine

This is the age when your child’s speech begins to soar. Here are some simple strategies to boost his language skills. Introduction Few childhood milestones are as thrilling as your baby’s first word — an event lovingly recorded… Read More

Not Talking Yet?

By Sandra Y. Lee, Photo by Matthew Rodgers Child Magazine – April 2003 If you suspect your child has difficulties with speech, speak up. The key to treating language disorders is early intervention. Perhaps no other milestone, besides… Read More

Conference ’03 – Apraxia in Children: Strategies for Physicians, Therapists & Families

Apraxia in Children: Strategies for Physicians, Therapists & Families   May 16 – 17, 2003 North Charleston , South Carolina Agenda Overview: May 16, 2003 8:30am – 8:30pm: Overview of Apraxia in Children Marilyn Agin, MD Brain Scans… Read More

An Advocate For A Little-Known Disorder

By Michelle Howe Star-Ledger Staff At Tanner Geng’s second birthday party, his parents, Lisa and Glenn, noticed there was something wrong with their son. “He wasn’t able to blow out the candles on his birthday cake and he… Read More

“Unlocking the Words: Helping children with apraxia”

From: Under the Umbrella Fall/Winter 1999 Children’s Specialized Hospital At two years of age, Tanner Geng of Warren was unable to blow out the candles on his birthday cake. “He couldn’t purse his lips to blow. His face was very… Read More

Thanks to Seton Hall University Law School!

We are proud to announce that we were voted as the primary recipient of Seton Hall University’s Law School’s Competitive Grant. Because of this Grant, as well as the continued wonderful support of our current sponsors and others,… Read More