Parenting your toddler does not have to be a daunting task filled with tantrums, meltdowns, and constant pushback. Your child is capable of managing their emotions, playing cooperatively, and self-advocating. The truth is YOU can empower your child to succeed in these areas by serving as their very first teacher.
Allow me, Chanel Blaylock, to show you step by step. I am a licensed speech language pathologist and professional parent coach with over 10 years of professional experience working with early learners.
Hi, I'm Chanel, speech pathologist and parent coach.
I empower parents like you to become your child's first teacher by equipping you with the necessary skills, knowledge, and strategies to prepare your preschoolers for kindergarten and beyond.
I've seen 1st-time parents struggle to teach their child foundational learning, communication and social-emotional skills. Simply, there is an easier way. No more "waiting" for your child's preschool teacher to prepare them for kindergarten.
I've helped hundreds of 1st time parents regain their confidence by supporting them with the skills to:
Our services are most effective for parents wanting to do the following with consistency and ease:
Desire to be your child's 1st teacher with love, confidence and patience
Desire to learn how and what "to do" to support your child's early development
OPEN HEART & MIND
Each offering is outfitted with providers who have years of experience evaluating and creating individualized treatment plans that’ll have you seeing the results you want.
An individualized Speech Boutique learning plan will be completed, reviewed with your child's team then we will work with your child to empower them for success.
12 WEEK program designed to help your child feel confident in communicating so that they are using words without prompts and managing those unwanted behaviors.
Starting with an evaluation, classroom observation followed by 12 weeks of intense speech therapy services (2x a week.)
Join me and develop easy to use strategies to prepare your child for their first year in school.