Aphasia is a language disorder that is acquired after a brain injury. Its effects are seen in the way someone understands and/or expresses language. This post will elaborate on the different types of aphasia, causes, and symptoms.
Snapshot of pragmatic language definition and populations affected by pragmatic language difficulties, as well as examples of goals, therapy activities, and ways to support it as carryover
Core words, fringe words, social questions all have a place in special events and celebrations! Photos, jokes, music, and more messages are additional ways an individual can use their high tech AAC device to interact with others during the holidays, too.
Best of October here! We discuss how purposeful "pausing" can be one of your greatest tools for reducing therapy prompts and eliciting language.
Our Thanksgiving Flashcards are a quick way to prep for a therapy, classroom, or home activity as Turkey Day approaches. FREE to download and print from our TpT page. In this post we also include a variety of ways they can be used to work on speech and language skills.