Individuals with receptive and/or expressive aphasia can benefit from skilled speech therapy services. Therapy activities can strengthen auditory comprehension and expressive language. In this article, we share some favorite activities for aphasia therapy.
Expressive language, which includes speaking and writing, is the language that we use to communicate with others. Read about 5 ways to increase one’s expressive language skills.
Tips for targeting WH questions in speech therapy. This post covers: where to start, the hierarchy of teaching WH skills, and a list of ways to target in therapy or at home!
Figurative language goals can be used in speech-language therapy and in the classroom. Check out our goal bank featuring receptive, expressive, and literacy skill areas.
Figurative language is a form of expression that uses nonliteral meanings to convey a more abstract meaning or message. There are many types, including: similes, metaphors, idioms, hyperboles, and personification.
Check out these Thanksgiving-themed, fun, free activities that target speech, language, and communication skills. They are great for therapy sessions and at home!