What is receptive and expressive language? Speech pathologists often talk about children’s skills in terms of “receptive language” and “expressive language”. What does this mean ? How are these assessed and how can parents help their child with these difficulties? These questions answered in this blog
Handwriting is a skill that is important throughout school. There are lots of fun ways to help preschool children develop the skills they need to be ready for learning handwriting when they begin school.
Some children have unclear or distinct speech, especially in sentences. These children can have unclear speech for a number of reasons.
Here are some activities to help your child practice their target speech sounds. Use the articulation pictures provided by your speech pathologist with these activities.
Talking Matters also offers workshops and professional development sessions to assist educators and families in developing their skills in assisting children. Sessions are planned and run at the Talking Matters office during the year. Training sessions and workshops are also possible at your site so please contact us if you would like to discuss this option.
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