Today’s Rehab At Home post is about rhyming. Recognising and generating rhyming words is an important skill for your child to master before learning to read and write. Why Is Rhyming [...]
Captivating string quartets, moving piano solos, and a soulful vocal performance. On paper, it might sound like a normal night at the Haus Der Musik, Innsbruck’s concert hall. But last November’s [...]
Hi! My name is Ross, I am 55 years old and live in Saskatoon, Canada. I am married and have four sons. I work for the federal government of Canada where I conduct research on insects associated [...]
If you already had good communication skills before you lost your hearing, you might be wondering why you would need someone to help with your rehabilitation at home. The primary role of a [...]
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.