Good afternoon, everyone. This is part 2 of the basic language concepts your child needs and how to teach them at home. Part 1 covered what the basic language concepts are, why they are important, the teaching process to follow when teaching someone a new skill, and how to use everyday activities at home to… Continue reading Part 2 of the Basic Language Concepts Your Child Needs and How to Teach Them at Home
Before you begin, these alternate communication methods are NOT meant to replace your child talking in the future. It IS meant to open more communication doors and opportunities up for you and your child. They also expand your child's vocabulary, which is necessary for effective communication. Bounce over here if you want to see how… Continue reading How to Teach Your Nonverbal Child to Communicate Without Using Words
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
Hi everyone 🙂 Speech-language pathologist/momma here to talk about why vocabulary is so important to your child's communication skills and how to improve your child's vocabulary through everyday activities you can do at home. This post pertains to infants - teenagers. VOCABULARY is all about knowing what word goes with objects/actions/people and knowing how to… Continue reading Is Your Child Having Difficulty Communicating? It May Be Due to a Limited Vocabulary Bank.
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