Part 1 of The Basic Language Concepts Your Child Needs and How to Teach Them at Home

THIS IS PART 1 OF THIS TOPIC!  I HAVE A LOT TO TALK ABOUT REGARDING BASIC CONCEPTS, SO TODAY IS ABOUT THE SEQUENCE IN WHICH YOU TEACH A NEW SKILL AND SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES FOR TEACHING COLORS, BODY PARTS, SPATIAL CONCEPTS, FOLLOWING DIRECTIONS, AND QUANTITIES. PART 2 WILL SOON FOLLOW WITH SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES REGARDING SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES… Continue reading Part 1 of The Basic Language Concepts Your Child Needs and How to Teach Them at Home

How to Expand Your Child’s Vocabulary to Improve Their Communication

In order for you and your child to benefit from this post, please click HERE (if you haven't read it yet) to read about how vocabulary impacts communication and what the underlying cause for your child's impaired vocabulary and communication skills may be. WHY MORE READING?!?! In order to improve your child's vocabulary/communication, we have… Continue reading How to Expand Your Child’s Vocabulary to Improve Their Communication

Everyday Activities to do at Home to Help Your Child Start Talking

Hey ya'll.  I'm feeling a little emotional while I write this one, because as a mother, as well as a speech-language pathologist, I know that some of you are reading this because you are worried about your child. Any parent out there all too well knows the pain of worry for their children, especially if… Continue reading Everyday Activities to do at Home to Help Your Child Start Talking

What Does It Mean if My Child Has A Language Delay or Disorder?

Good morning, everyone 🙂 As promised, here is a post about language delays and disorders. Coming up next are posts about activities you can do at home to help your child if they have a language delay or disorder. If you don't know who I am, my name is Veronica and I am a mother… Continue reading What Does It Mean if My Child Has A Language Delay or Disorder?

The Journey Begins

Thanks for joining me! Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton