Halloween Costume Contest

Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, our in-person Halloween Hop has been canceled for the 2020 season. However, CSHC loves Halloween  … Read more

What’s the Chatter About?

At Columbus Speech and Hearing Center, we know that the early identification of a speech, language, or hearing disorder is  … Read more

Introducing: ASL Baby!

ASL Baby is American Sign Language instruction for caregivers and babies that’s educational and nurturing! At Columbus Speech & Hearing  … Read more

Smile Mask: How To

While individuals in our community are doing their part to slow the spread of Covid-19 by wearing face coverings, it  … Read more

Stars, Stripes & Kites! Fun Crafts to do this 4th of July Weekend!

It is an exciting time when your child becomes more verbal however, during these developmental times, some children may experience  … Read more

Hidden Messages

How fun is this?! Create and send “secret messages” with this activity! This could also be a motivating way to  … Read more

Sensory Bin Fun!

Sensory bins are a favorite tool of speech therapists, teachers and parents alike! They provide an immersive, hands-on opportunity for  … Read more

Earth Day Activities

Earth Day is April 22! We’ve gathered some of our favorite Earth Day activities, and additional resources to make celebrating  … Read more

Using Video Clips to Teach Social Skills

Trying to teach social skill concepts in a fun and motivating way? Videoclips can be extremely useful! As you and  … Read more

Games and Activities to Prevent Bullying

Bullying is often a tough subject for parents and children alike, but teaching things like empathy, self-confidence, and the appreciation  … Read more

How to Utilize a Timeless Author’s Books to Develop Speech & Language Skills

Dr. Seuss is a household name. Did you know his books can be used to develop speech & language skills?  … Read more

Pictures Worth a Thousand Words

Books are a great way to expand your child’s speech and language skills at home. Wordless picture books add to  … Read more