Have you ever noticed your child giving answers or saying things out of context? Use the 'sabotage strategy' to check that your child is actively listening.
Does your child love driving their toy truck or car all around the house? Toy vehicles are a great option for rehabilitation at home or at school. With a bit of imagination, you can use your [...]
Throw together some water, flour, salt, oil, and food coloring, and you’ve got a whole new activity for helping your child to learn new words—playdough! Playdough is colourful, engaging, and can [...]
Make rehabilitation both fun and efficient by playing learning games with your child during your daily activities! We share some simple ideas for building your child’s communication skills during [...]
Dinosaurs can help build up your child’s communication skills, in ways that make them think it's all just a fun game.
For a child who has received a cochlear implant at an older age, like age 5–12, these are ways you can help them build communication skills.
For a child with hearing loss an experience book can be a valuable tool to develop listening skills that he or she will use throughout life.