Today’s Rehab At Home post is about “Listening first”. This strategy is about providing your child with auditory information first, before giving visual cues—in other words, adding words to your [...]
Yoga and hearing implants—seems unusual, right? Be prepared to be surprised how yoga could help your child!
Check out our six simple tips for developing your child's vocabulary in everyday conversations!
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.
Auditory closure is a fun way to help your child to build their listening and talking skills.
It’s almost Halloween! If your child is celebrating this fun holiday, here are some tips for how to use Halloween as a way to improve your child’s speaking, listening, and communication skills. [...]
Children learn language by listening and engaging with the world around them. This can be through environmental sounds, overhearing voices, and talking and interacting with other people. Used in [...]
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 [...]