Check out our August calendar that contains 31 days of fun activities, which promote language and communication development for individuals of all ages. The purpose of this calendar is to provide ideas for facilitating language that are both manageable and flexible.
This post discusses ways to incorporate receptive language, expressive language, and social communication skills into an everyday activity: coloring.
We are looking forward to spring, anyone else? Check out our latest resource for speech, language, and communication, which is spring themed! We took a visual scene and used the Markup tool to create a fun and easy language-building activity!
In this month's "Best of..." post, we are talking about Google Images and how great they are for building language and more for everyone, including individuals with AAC devices.
Newborn hearing screenings are important, because early identification of a potential hearing loss is critical. It is critical because having adequate hearing is very important for the development of speech and language. Read more to learn about these screenings and their importance!
This week, we are bringing you a fun, winter-themed activity. Work on those speech, language, and communication skills as you create a snowman that is not made out of snow!
The holidays are for fun, relaxation, and language and communication, of course. Check out these coloring Christmas and Hanukkah activities that will surely be a hit!