This is a free (our favorite) resource containing activities for targeting pragmatic language goals, including both verbal and nonverbal skills. This includes initiating communication, eye contact, and maintaining a conversation
Pragmatic language goals (written well) are essential for targeting social skills in speech therapy. We've dedicated this post exclusively to writing pragmatic language goals, following our Communication Community Goal Writing Formula! Goal bank included at the end too!
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!
You have one child who is receiving speech-language services. You also have another child (or children) who you need to pay attention to. How can you help your child develop speech, language, and communication skills while also spending time with your other children? Read about our tips here.
Pragmatic language is an essential component of communication. This article explains pragmatic language, highlights pragmatic language milestones, and discusses who may have pragmatic language deficits.