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Pre-Linguistic Skills

Pre-Linguistic Skills The foundation for learning and understanding language. Today on the blog we’ll be talking about pre-linguistic skills. More specifically, what they are and why they’re important. Let’s dive in! Pre-linguistic skills: a group of eleven skills that build on one another and form the foundation for learning and understanding language. Try to visualize the skills as a…

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Communication Temptations

Do you have a student who speaks but seldom approaches you to make a request or ask a question? Communication temptations are designed to: Increase the student’s desire to communicate Make communication fun & interesting for the student Show the student the power of communication Increase opportunities for spontaneous (unprompted) use of language Try these communication temptations with your…

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Simple Ways to Entertain & Boost Your Baby’s Development at Home

During social distancing to slow the spread of COVID-19, you may be looking for new ways to entertain and play with your young child. Thankfully, all you need is loving attention and some basic household items. Try these time-tested activities, suggested by age, and let the fun happen! *Remember … You have the knowledge and tools to make play a fun…

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Functional Speech Sound Disorders

Functional speech sound disorders are idiopathic – they have no known cause. These disorders include those related to the motor production of speech sounds and those related to the linguistic aspects of speech production. In general the prognosis for the successful treatment of functional speech disorders in children, by speech-language pathologists (SLPs), is good. For many years SLPs have…

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Understanding Concepts

It is important for children to have a good understanding of different concepts as it assists in their ability to follow instructions and be specific in what they are talking about. In order for a child to use concepts in their spoken language, they first need to have a good understanding about what these concepts are and what they…

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