Receptive language is the language that we understand. When we are listening to someone speak or when we read, we are using our receptive language skills. Individuals who have deficits related to receptive language may have difficulties with following directions or understanding stories.
The 5 domains of language include: phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, and pragmatics. Why are they important for therapy and language development? We will discuss why!
What a child plays with, how they play, and who they play with change and develop as their development progresses. Play skills are important, as are quality play skills goals.
Explore how we use music in a variety of ways in our sessions! We love music as a reinforcer, something to request or comment about, and as a topic of conversation.
We believe that systemic racism exists, that black lives matter, and that we should strive to be anti-racist. In this post, we provide links to different media types (book lists, videos, articles) that discuss these current events.
This post discusses ways to incorporate receptive language, expressive language, and social communication skills into an everyday activity: coloring.