How do you say a /k/? A /k/ is produced with the back of the tongue raised, creating a complete blockage of the outward airflow in the back of the mouth. The build-up of air pressure occurs until the tongue moves away from the top of the mouth and releases the air. Types of Misarticulations […]
About Kimberly Lawless
Kimberly Lawless is a certified speech-language pathologist (CCC-SLP) with experience and passion for working with the pediatric population. She earned her Bachelor of Health Sciences degree from the University of Kentucky and her Master of Science degree from the University of Kentucky in Communicative Sciences and Disorders
Kimberly spent a year serving the birth to three population at Step By Step Care Group Inc. in Chicago, IL. There she treated children who presented with oral-motor deficits, feeding deficits, Autism Spectrum Disorder, genetic disorders, receptive and expressive language disorders and articulation/phonological impairments.
Kimberly has additional experience working with children in Pre-K and elementary schools, as well as experience working with patients suffering from stroke and traumatic brain injuries at Cardinal Hill Rehabilitation Hospital in Lexington, KY. Kimberly is accredited by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) and is certified in the Sequential Oral-Sensory (SOS) Approach to Feeding.
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Feeding your baby the first year is a big task. Below is a guide to what your baby can eat during this important first year. *Please note, this is just a guide. Consult your physician for specific feeding instructions for your baby. Feeding Guide-The First Year: At 0-6 months, your baby can eat the following foods: […]