Category Archives: Summer News


YaYa’s in the Kitchen: Peach & Blueberry Crumble

What’s a YaYa to Do?

When a box arrives on a Saturday afternoon and your husband suggests you open it, well you open it!

A new beautiful pie plate inside with a sweet note, “A treat for YaYa’s Kitchen!”

It is true, life is timing as YoYo just picked tomatoes at a local farm and also came home with fresh Georgia peaches. Our fridge and freezer are also filled with hand-picked with local organic blueberries the two weekends prior.

Hmmm…What’s a YaYa to do? 

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A Day in the Life of This SLP: Proud, Grateful & Joyous

Today, my five-year old friend arrived at the Center a bit early for his appointment holding his handmade book filled with his story.

His mother was with him and she holding a paper bag filled with surprises for this Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP). 

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Summer Speech-Language Packages Available NOW!

Here Comes Summer

Yes, Children’s Communication Center (CCC) is offering our successful and highly requested Summer Packages for the 24th summer!  

Parents and children often describe the Summer Packages as a customized camp experience combined with Speech-Language Pathology (SLP). *See our Director, Lori Savage Grayson’s note below.

In addition, CCC offers intensive and highly focused programs as appropriate for those who would benefit from these type of services. This allows for more than one session per week, as appropriate.

While each session may vary in length, typically each appointment is an hour. At this time, half day and full day are not available…maybe next year! 

The Summer Packages are open to our alum, current, and new families!

Summer Packages

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Why Did You Create Little Ones Rock?

The Little Free Library Started It All…

On June 4, 2017, my pediatric Speech-Language Pathology private practice, Children’s Communication Center (CCC), donated and dedicated three Little Free Library (LFL) units to the children, parents, and community to highlight the joys of experiencing  language, literacy & learning as a family.

We hosted a Take Your Parents to the Playground Day event, stocked the libraries with books for all ages, collected and donated books to our local Guardian ad Litem program, and celebrated with the community.

 

June 4, 2017: Dedicating the Children’s Communication Center Little Free Library. Photo: CCC/LSG

Daily, we filled it and it quickly emptied. It was immediately spotted by children on the playground. We smiled & watched little ones asked to use their parent’s phone to take a picture of the LFL.

We knew once it was established the Sharing would increase, but at the time it was mostly Borrowing.

On June 25th, three weeks later, we went to add books, and this happened…

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