Over summer break, I have had the opportunity to catch up on some coloring, cutting and gluing! I have been diligently working on making file folder activities for the upcoming school year. I would like to share some of these file folder activities with you! Often, I will pair these file folder activities with a Continue reading
Myths about communication and augmentative communication devices in early childhood.
Expressive vocabulary and communication play an important part in literacy, academic skills and a child’s overall self-confidence. by Arrin Midei
Visual schedules, child’s perspective, social stories.
I found this article at the Autism Speaks website. As an educator I find that parents and professionals tend to promote speech over most other skills and many times in isolation (i.e. speech classes).
In this section you will find posts from Speech and Language Therapists on various topics as well as activities that promote language and communication.