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What's in a Game?

Posted on 16 August, 2016 at 18:15 Comments comments (1064)

You play games with your child simply for the fun and enjoyment of it right? Well, that doesn’t have to be their sole purpose. Many of the games you already play with your child can be slightly adapted to develop language, speech and communication skills as well!


Whatever game you do play, it will always involve turn taking. This is an important social skill that children are expected to develop around school age. This skill is crucial for your child to form friendsh...

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Stimulate Language

Posted on 24 July, 2016 at 22:05 Comments comments (607)

Stimulate Language

 

 

Today I am going to talk about the importance of language development in children. Major learning takes place during the early years of a child’s life, and being able to understand the foundations of language is a precursor for their future success.

How can you help cultivate strong language skills in a child with ASD? It is important to talk and respond to you child. Remember, they understand more than they can say! Also, it ...

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CELF Preschool-2

Posted on 24 July, 2016 at 22:05 Comments comments (5291)

When your child reaches an age between 3 and 6, The CELF Preschool-2 test can be administered to determine any language difficulties. Written by Elisabeth Wiig, Wayne Secord, and Eleanor Semel, this is a well-respected and practical tool that helps clinicians target problematic areas, and determine services for preschool children with disabilities. This is not the only version available, CELF tests can be used for ages ranging from 5:00-21:00. In regards to language, there many different area...

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A day in the life our occupational therapists

Posted on 18 July, 2016 at 2:05 Comments comments (146)

 

Lucy: A day in the life of one of our Occupational Therapists

 

 

For Lucy, each new day is as unique as the children she treats. She works in a variety of setting from an elementary school to a clinic, and this flexibility can cultivate great progress in her clients.

Kids spend a large portion of their week in a school setting, so play skills are vital. This OT aims to guide children towards independence; this encompasses teaching heal...

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A day in the life of a speech language pathologist

Posted on 18 July, 2016 at 2:00 Comments comments (728)

Jenny: A day in the life of a Speech Pathologist

 

 

 

The services of a Speech Language Pathologist are in high demand. Dr Jenny Harasty is a renowned Speech Pathologist and Neuroscientist, with a Masters and PhD in the area of brain function. Jenny has been practicing for the past 25 years, providing her with the skills to work with a wide range of families and adults. Contrary to what many people believe, her caseload is not limited to childre...

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