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 [...]
Barrier games are a group of games that require communication between two or more players to solve a puzzle or to create matching pictures or scenes. The rules are simple and the games are fun so [...]
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 [...]
Have you ever wanted to hear straight from another parent about what it’s like to have a child with hearing loss? Mothers know best, as they say! Meet Chelsea, whose one-year-old son Elijah is a [...]
Muhammad is the father of two young girls who were born with sensorineural hearing loss. But first, he needed to learn about cochlear implants in Pakistan.
So your child’s gotten her cochlear implant, and has started to develop listening skills. Now what—once she’s started hearing sounds, what can you do to help? Here are some games that you can [...]