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Routine, daily activities provide a familiar and repetitive atmosphere, which is a great opportunity to work on communication strategies. Working on language skills in routine environments also provides greater opportunity for carryover of the learned skills. Language...

My favorite therapy tool is using board games! My clients get very excited when we play board games in therapy and they do not realize all of the tips and tricks they learn while we play. Board games are an excellent way to teach academic skills, pragmatic skills and l...

If your child receives speech and language therapy, you may have seen your clinician encourage your child to imitate their sounds and words. Imitation is a fundamental skill for toddlers because it is how they learn language. While most typically developing children wi...

Early Intervention is a federally and state-funded therapy program for children age birth to 3 years of age. Early Intervention can be a scary and difficult process to navigate. Luckily, Provider Connections (an organization that enrolls, credentials and supports Early...

I recently attended a continuing education course from the Erikson Institute. The Erikson Institute offers a variety of services for families, but I felt compelled to share information about the Fussy Baby Network.

Fussy Baby Network offers a “warm line” that parents an...

As many of you know, we love using games in therapy to promote language skills. Games are motivating and don't feel like "work." In this post, we'd like to share a few more of our favorite games that are sure to encourage language growth! We hope you have as much fun a...

Giving choices can be a powerful, effective strategy when trying to facilitate more language with your toddlers. If your child typically communicates through grunting and pointing, you can encourage your child to use a word (or words) to communicate what it is that he/...

Spring is just around the corner. Soon the trees will start budding, flowers will bloom, and kids will finally start playing outside again. Here are three ways to promote your child’s language while out in nature.

Go on a nature walk:

Find a forest preserve and take some...

Do you remember the last time you played a game for the first time? You likely had to read the directions, look at all the game pieces, explain the game to your friends, and play a trial round or two. Imagine trying to learn a new game as a child with language deficits...

Your child was referred for an initial speech-language evaluation and you are not sure what to expect. You scheduled the day for testing and the clinician mentioned an evaluation report. When you receive the final copy of the report, you suddenly feel overwhelmed and a...

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