Is it Ever Too Late For Speech Therapy?

Continuing in our series of blog posts answering some of the FAQ’s we get here at Orange Effect Foundation, we have reached out to our experts today to find out if you are ever too old to start speech therapy. We started the series last month by asking how these amazing professionals
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Spreading The Orange Effect Across The United States

CLEVELAND – Sept. 25, 2018 – PRLog — Recognizing that some children must go without necessary speech therapy because of their family’s financial limitations, the Orange Effect Foundation has responded. At a recent meeting, board members for the Orange Effect Fo
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The Truth Behind Speech Disorders and Stress

Speech disorders affect millions of children each year, with almost 8% of kids under 17 showing some sort of communication disorder. The inability to connect with peers can be an emotional drain on school-age kids, leading to a myriad of both physical and mental problems that can pers
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Making the Best Investments for Your Child

From autism to stutters, there are many reasons why children experience speech difficulties. Support can come in many forms too, from grant-funded speech-easy devices to high-tech speech therapy innovations, but without a solid financial plan in place it can be difficult to cover the
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Recipient Spotlight: Maya

Maya has a severe phonological processes disorder. At age 4, she could only make vowel sounds and not a single consonant sound. Because of her inability to communicate, she was frustrated and withdrawn. Lacking insurance coverage for speech therapy, two years of twice-weekly sessions
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The Orange Effect Spreads as Foundation Awards $29,000 in Grants to Children with Speech Disorders

CLEVELAND – Oct. 16, 2017 – PRLog — The Orange Effect Foundation proudly announces that this month it awarded more than $29,000 in grants to children and young adults in need. Following a thorough review process, recipients were awarded grants to pay for speech thera
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Extending Grace

Dear Mamas At Chick-fil-A, To the one I judged. I’m sorry. I’m sorry for not biting my tongue and taking a moment to see past your son’s behavior. I’m sorry I raised my voice when he pushed my son around. As soon as we left that day I knew I was wrong. I asked for forgiveness and pray
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