We know many of you are facing the challenge of how to continue to develop your child’s listening and language skills at home. But did you know that we have 26 themed lesson kits that can be used to help develop your child’s skills? And best of all, they are free for everyone to use!
Kristian Erickson from Alaska has one big passion: studying foreign languages. But his progressive hearing loss made mastering them increasingly difficult – until he got cochlear implants, that is! Getting hearing implants reopened a whole world of languages for him, something that came in handy when he traveled to MED-EL’s headquarters in Austria. We asked
Today’s Rehab At Home post is about “Expansion and Extension“. This is another strategy you can use at home with your child to develop their use of spoken language. If your child is using single words, short phrases or sentences, the use of “Expansion and Extension“ can encourage them to use longer phases/sentences and more
Whether it is breakfast, lunch, or dinner, fruit salad is a delicious snack for many of us! You can use the task of preparing the fruit salad as a useful activity to teach your child new words! Doing this task together helps to build your child’s language skills, and trains their motor skills at the
When your child is first learning to put words together, it can be tempting to use simple words or sentences with them. For example, you may repeat the two and three word phrases they are using. It is important to remember that language is like sound. If your child has poor input to sound then