Simple Speech Therapy at Home for Toddlers

Simple Speech Therapy at Home for Toddlers 1) Embrace movement: Simple Speech Therapy at Home, Children like to move. It is proved that once youngsters move their bodies actively, they learn a brand-new talent. They activate a lot of elements of their brain. Attempt yoga to enhance vocabulary skills: You can work on your child’s …

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Online Speech Therapy versus Screen Time 

Online Speech Therapy versus Screen Time  Online Speech Therapy, “I give mobile-only during eating. Otherwise, he will not eat. So I give him for about three hours in a day only while eating.” This is a very common statement by mothers of young children who resort to showing the screen to feed their otherwise difficult kid. …

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Teaching Turn Taking and Imitation for Communication

Teaching Turn Taking and Imitation for Communication

Teaching Turn Taking and Imitation for Communication Did you know, children can learn to have conversations even before they talk! One of the key features of communication is taking turns. Just as we hit a ball back and forth when playing tennis, we use the same kinds of ‘turns’ when we communicate. You can work …

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Tips For Speech Therapy At Home

Tips For Speech Therapy At Home What is speech therapy? After your child is assessed for his speech and langauge skills, the Speech Language Pathologist will  explain you the course of treatment which can entail Speech & Language Therapy. A speech therapy session typically lasts for about 30 to 60 minutes. One must work with …

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How Sensory Activities Promote Speech and Language Development

How Sensory Activities Promote Speech and Language Development   Speech and Language Development, Sensory exploration stimulates all senses at the same time. These experiences can include touch, hearing, seeing, tasting, smelling, equilibrium and pressure ( tactile, audition, visual, gustatory, olfactory, vestibular and proprioception are more formal terms).   And all these senses together boost many …

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