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The Language of Play - Kids that Listen, Speech Therapy, Language Development, Early Intervention

Dinalynn Rosenbush, SLP | Speech Pathologist, Parent Mentor, Communication with Kids

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*** A Top 2% Podcast! *** Getting Kids to Listen, Speech Therapy, IEP, Communication with Kids, Parent Mentor, Family Connection Are you tired of repeating yourself with your children or wonder why they don’t listen? Are you frustrated that your kids argue, whine or debate with you? Are you afraid you are doing the wrong thing to build communication, but you are not sure what to do? Hey parents, you don’t need to stay overwhelmed, exhausted, and triggered by the fuss. In this podcast, you wi ...
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When kids just won't listen, parents often feel stuck between two choices: to give in, or get angry. It's exhausting! We give you the top techniques, directly from the experts, helping you on your path to a more peaceful, respectful and joyful life with your kids.
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Listen Up Kid

Pete Isip

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😊Welcome to Listen Up Kid Podcast. The reason I am starting this podcast and YouTube Channel is to answer questions my kids may one day have and I MAY not be here on this earth to tell them. I want to make sure that my kids can talk to me even if I die. And hopefully these talks can help the next person as well. Thank you for coming out to the Listen Up Kid Podcast. " LISTEN UP" You have lots of questions that maybe you don't want to ask. Allow me to give you my take on your Life's Question.
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Are you a parent of a deaf or hard of hearing child who wants more ease and balance in your daily life? Do you often wonder if your child will ever learn good language skills? Do you wish that you could better integrate speech therapy goals and ASL learning into your daily life at home? I am so excited you’re here! This podcast will teach you language strategies so that you can help your child learn language in less time, and do it all with a supportive community of parents who are in the tr ...
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Hey Friends~ Have you ever felt lost in the puzzle of understanding how our little ones express themselves? Today we are joined by Sherry Darden, she’s diving into the secrets of our kids' communication. From decoding body language to figuring out if they're task-oriented or people-focused, we're unraveling it all. Parenting is a language adventure…
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Do you feel constantly confused about what decisions to make for your child? Do you often feel that you don't know how to make the best decisions for your deaf or hard of hearing child? If you are doubting and second guessing yourself when it comes to decision making with your child, then you might want to take a second look at the providers and pr…
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Hey Friends~ How often do you spend quality time in the same room with your whole family? And really, how much of that time is actually spent in doing an activity together? Indeed, the demands of work, school, and the presence of technological distractions can often hinder the quality time spent with family. In this episode, Coach Ambereen provides…
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Are you cranky because you were up with a toddler at night who would rather have a prty than go to sleep? Can’t get your child out of your bed and getting kicked in the back by a toddler all night? A sleep deprived parent is a cranky parent, and I’m so thankful that we have Melanie Duval to get us some sleep and save our sanity! Melenie has over 26…
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Have you been struggling with getting your child to want to practice their speech therapy homework or goals? You are definitely not alone! I remember when I used to struggle with getting my kids to WANT to practice their speech therapy "homework". That is, until I figured out this too-easy-to-work strategy that got my kids to practice speech therap…
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Hey Friends~ Sometimes our children are quite articulate in what they say they want, but when we consider the meaning of what they say they want, we wonder, “What? What are you talking about?” Their behavior doesn’t make logical sense, while their words do. If this has happened to you, you will enjoy this story in today’s episode. So grab your cup …
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Hey Friends~ So moms and dads, have you ever considered ... You are in a theater - on stage- in the chaos of your normal living home with little people? We are doing song and dance to get them to do the things we want them to do. We are trying to do all the things. And as we do, we often feel less than confident. Today’s guest, Diann Alexander, is …
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Are you feeling at a loss when it comes to school IEPs and accommodations for your DHH child? Maybe you’re having a hard time communicating with your IEP team? If the answer was yes to these questions, then this podcast episode is for you! I’m so exited to bring you this episode where I sit down and chat with Dr. Joyce Kennedy all about school acco…
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I’ve been talking to a lot of parents lately who feel a lot of guilt about either late identifying their deaf or hard of hearing child, or not giving their child enough language sooner. I know this journey with hearing loss was probably not what you expected and there have been a lot of challenges along the way. I want to talk today about why we ar…
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Hey Friends~ Happy Valentines Day! Here are two episodes that may be of interest to you regarding Valentines Day and your child. 18 Do Your Kids FEEL LOVED This Valentine's Day? Let's Find Out! 116 Is Your Child Anxious About Valentine’s Day? 3 Reasons Why & How To Help Today’s topic is about being the best advocate you can for your child! Today’s …
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Hey Friends~ Valentines Day is associated with love, candy, flowers and romance. For kids, it is associated with friends, games, and valentine cards with red candy! Some of our children feel anxiety around Valentine's Day. Today, we will talk about some of those reasons for anxiety in our children and how we can handle it. Key points: Bad behavior?…
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Are you feeling confused about what language modality to use in your home? It can be overwhelming to make this decision, and as parents we often fret and worry over this exact decision. Today on the podcast I have Lacey Wood who talks with me about what are the different language modalities that you can choose from and how to make the best decision…
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Today I’m going to talk about a topic that I see come up literally every day in different Facebook groups. Parents are always super concerned that their kids who have cochlear implants or hearing aids have been in speech therapy for a few months, and their child still isn’t talking yet. I know that can be super frustrating! Today we are going to ta…
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Hey Friends~ Have you had some struggles with your kids during travel? Me too! That is why I decided to pre-teach with “German Shepherd,” “Being a Duck,” and “Tape the Carpet.” Join in today to know what those terms mean! When you know how to do these lessons with your children, you will have a safer and happier experience! Thank you for your conce…
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Caregiver burnout is not often talked about, but affects parents every day who care for special needs kids. Today on the podcast I have Felicia Sheline, a special needs parent coach, who talks with me about how to identify if you are experiencing caregiver burnout. She also gives us practical an easy ways to get out of burn out mode and incorporate…
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Today I’m going to talk about a concern that came up in a parent community that I was a part of last week. The parent was concerned that their child was no longer interested in using ASL to communicate and wanted to know if this was OK, and how to help their child continue learning ASL. In this episode we are going to talk about why taking a break …
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Hey Friends~ 114 Time IN or Time Out? EXPERT: KAREN HALL helps us support our kids while not taking on their Big Feelings. Are you blown away by the personalities that came with your child? Some personalities mesh easier with our personalities than others. Today’s guest, Karen Hall, experienced the joy of being a mother, even as it challenged her t…
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Do you want to create a more intentional home in 2024? Do you crave more balance and ease at home and are you ready to create home foundations that support your entire family? Today on the podcast I have Kathryn Garland who talks with me about how to become a home MAKER instead of just fumbling along in the house day-to-day. Kathryn lives with her …
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Hello! I’m so excited to talk to you this week because this topic is so timely as we are starting off the year new! Before we start I have one question for you- do you often feel lost and alone in the hearing loss journey? If you answered "yes" to this question, I hear you, friend. And that’s why today we are talking about how to find your communit…
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Hey Friends~ Did you know that there are tools that you can use that’s going to help your child with those pesky transitions? It’s true! In Episode 112, you learned 4 steps to make transitions easier for your child. Today we will add TOOLS to those steps! By the end of today, you will have 3 Tools to make your life easier! Always cheering you on! D…
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Hey Friends~ Many children struggle with making a transition from something they love to do, to stopping it! That is a hard transition for most of us. If your child - or a child you spend time with, struggles to change activities (to transition) from one thing to the next, today’s episode is for you!! We are going to talk about a strategy that is e…
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Do you know that you have a super power? Well you do, friend! I’m not talking about the super power of doing a thousand things and juggling a million tasks… although we certainly have that as moms! On the podcast today I’m talking with Michelle Kais about harnessing our unique internal superpower to that steward our families well without the overwh…
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Today we’re going to tackle a common question that I get asked a lot from parents, and the question is: "How do you find the time to practice speech therapy goals with your kids at home?" I know how hard it can be to fit speech therapy practice into your week with everything else on your plate! That’s why I've put together these 3 things you can do…
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Hey Friends~ Happy Martin Luther King Day, Listeners! Have you ever wondered how you can teach your children about Race and Culture in a fun and comfortable way? How about having a plan for all ages? Todays’ guest, Dr. Ngoma Evelyn Moghalu is here to talk with us about this topic. You may want to take a few notes because she gives some very practic…
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Hey Friends~ What would it be like to KNOW BETTER, DO BETTER and FEEL BETTER in your parenting journey? Today’s guest, Angela Ellsworth, discusses her strategy for this in a kind, clear, and sincere way. Topics include Coaching Parents, Teaching Teachers, and then, BULLYING and what you can do to help your child. This is a must listen episode. I kn…
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Today's episode is special because I got to chat with Pragalya from Hear 2 Connect. Pragalya is a teenager who has bilateral sensorineural hearing loss and wears cochlear implants. She works with the organization that she co-founded to support families of Deaf/ hard of hearing kids and to mentor younger deaf kids. In this episode Pragalya gives par…
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Happy new year! Today, we are going to kick-start those new goals into high-gear! I know how frustrating it is to have SUCH good intentions for the new year, only to be totally off track by February. That’s why I've put together these 3 things you can do right now to make sure you hit those goals in 2024! So if you're ready to do the work, grab a n…
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Hey Friends~ When your child speaks, do you hear, “her” when the correct pronoun is “she” ? Lots of children do this. Parents wonder… Should I ignore it or let the child correct it in their own time? By the end of today’s episode, you will know how to intervene in a simple, fun, and effective way! … and when NOT to intervene. Always cheering you on…
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Hey Friends~ Welcome back! Today’s topic: SELF-COMPASSION is addressed by EXPERT; Dewina Kraus, Some people have a way of dropping the most important and magnificent information into your life. And, they do it with ease, grace, and a gentleness that lets you know you are loved. The guest I have on the show is one such person. Join for a conversatio…
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On the podcast today I had the pleasure of chatting with Dr. Michelle Hu! Michelle is a pediatric audiologist who was diagnosed with mild hearing loss as a toddler. By the age of 10 her hearing loss progressed to profound bilateral sensorineural hearing loss and she received hearing aids. Michelle received cochlear implants in 2007 and 2010. She no…
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Hey Friends ~ According to research a small amount of our communication is actually the words that we say. Our tone, gestures, and our internal emotions communicated a vast amount to our children. Children pick up on our internal energy when we speak. If inside, you are full of self-criticism, while your words say, I love you , the kids can feel co…
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Hey Friends, Last time we talked about using the Christmas story as a way to enhance imagination. Today we add to that story with practical tips where and how you build language during the role-play of a complex story. Children have great imaginations. Their imaginations aid them in social emotional development, cognitive development, physical deve…
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On the podcast today I have the absolute pleasure to chat with Hearo Harrison and his mom, Summer Greenham! Harrison is eight years old and was born profoundly deaf, at the age of 18 months he underwent cochlear implant surgery. Harrisons is bilingual using a combination of signed and spoken language. Harrison dreams of becoming either an audiologi…
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Hey Friends~ A Very Merry & Happy Christmas to you!! Children have great imaginations. Their imaginations aid them in social emotional development, cognitive development, physical development, and more! Sometimes that imaginary place seems silly like it doesn’t really have meaning and other times we really see them act out what it is that they’re l…
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Hey Friends~ When it comes to gift giving, How do you know what gifts will help your child’s brain develop in the areas of Language, Communication and Connection ? Today will talk about how YOU CAN know if the toy, game, or activity actually promotes development in these key areas! Grab a sticky note and pen! You will leave with a quick refrigerato…
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I was so excited to welcome Victoria onto the show today! Tori is a pediatric ICU nurse who also experienced sudden hearing loss herself in her mid- twenties. In this episode Tori talks about what it's like to suddenly lose your hearing as an adult, and what life is like living with tinnitus. She also gives actionable tips to parents who want to ad…
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Hey Friends, Are you traveling with children this holiday season? Traveling with kids has its challenges! It can also be a delightful experience where you build bonds, memories, and connection. Today we will discuss 3 Magic Ways that you can help your child! Especially if you have an anxious child or a fearful child. You will hear examples of how t…
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Hey Friends, There are some simple communication mistakes that I see parents regularly make with their kiddos. It's true. When you understand what these 4 mistakes are, you can turn them around and change the mood in your home. This might be very helpful this holiday season! Always cheering you on! Dinalynn CONTACT DINALYNN, HOST: hello@thelanguage…
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Emilee Segura was born deaf and received a cochlear implant when she was 18 months old. She is bilingual in ASL and English, and Emilee works as an early intervention specialist for the Utah School for the Deaf and Blind Parent Infant Program (PIP). She visits families that have a deaf or hard of hearing child and performs language assessments, tea…
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Hey Friends, Play it’s not just for children. It is actually an integral part of our life being human! It's broadly know now that children MUST be able to play in order to be able to learn. But, do you realize that YOU also learn when you play? Play enhances adult learning and helps us destress! In this episode we talk about how play opens your min…
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This is such a special episode, because Melanie Duval, owner of Goodnight Baby Montana, opened up about her own experience growing up hard of hearing in a hearing world. In this episode Melanie share tips with parents about how to set up your deaf/ hard of hearing child for success in school. She also opens up to help parents understand what your c…
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Hey Friends, Yaya!! 100 Episodes! Can you believe it? Have you heard all of the Top 10 Episodes? Are your favorites the same as the most listened to? I loved doing this recap because I see what has interested y'all the most! Enjoy!! Today is the last day for the celebration promotion below! Always cheering you on! Dinalynn CONTACT DINALYNN, HOST: h…
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Hey Friends, We want our kids to be able to tell, explain, and discuss the have things that happen to them. It might be about the holidays, spilling soup, or a dream. It might be simple or complex, traumatic or benign. We want our kids to be able to tell what happened in their lives and from their perspective. Today's show helps parents whose kids …
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Julie is a mom of twins and she focuses on helping parents implement simple systems for a productive and intentional parenthood fueled by self awareness and faith. Julie was such a treat to talk to and you are going to want to get out a pen and paper and take some serious notes on this podcast! We talk about how to get out of survival mode and how …
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Hey Friends, Did your very young child, a toddler perhaps, get labeled with ADHD? Maybe it was a friend and maybe it was a doctor's diagnosis. Today, we are talking about when a toddler gets diagnosed with ADHD and why YOU do not need to fret. I know it is scary to get a label, but sometimes, we must follow our gut. If your "mommy gut" doesn't agre…
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Hey Friends, Join me today for a tremendous interview with Nellie Harden, as we discuss the 6,570 days that your children have until “launch.” She discusses the importance to ground your children in their worth, self-esteem, and confidence. This is order to teach our children to have solid connections, good communication, and have clarity in their …
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Have you wondered what it's like to grow up with a Deaf sibling? Selina Nichols is a SODA (Sibling of a Deaf Adult) who learned to sign later in life. She cofounded the nonprofit, Deaf Heartbeat Inc in 2014 with her Deaf sister, Roxanne Hoy and has created the Meetup, Griffin ASL Moms with Littles. Selina has certifications in ASL 1-4 and ASL Medic…
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Hey Friends, HAPPY THANKSGIVING from The Language of Play! There are so many holiday stories available to read to our children! They all have a different focus. Some silly, some academic, some religious... any focus you can think of! When My kids were small, I wanted a story that helped them understand gratitude in the presence of struggle. I wante…
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Hey Friends, Do you have a PICKY EATER? Are you wondering HOW TO HANDLE THANKSGIVING with relatives that won’t understand? Do you need ideas? Be encouraged and get ideas from my guest and friend, Kristi, who shares here story of continued Success-In-Progress Story with her now, 15 year-old boy. Kristi is an everyday parent that is doing a fabulous …
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Have you heard about "dinner table syndrome" and how it affects our deaf/ hard of hearing kids? This year for Thanksgiving we want to banish Dinner Table Syndrome in your house and welcome everyone to the table! This episode explains what is dinner table syndrome and gives 5 tips to make your Thanksgiving table language accessible to your child! Fi…
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