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, and 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.
This Q & A is with an audiologist. Amanda talks about her work as a pediatric audiologist, gives advice for parents and caregivers, and shares how she works with SLPs!
Many individuals with autism or development disabilities have pragmatic language delays or disorders. Read more to find out how to support their development in this area!
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.
Fringe words, also known as fringe vocabulary, refer to words specific to a topic, individual, or environment. While core words make up about 80% of our everyday language. fringe words make up about 20% of it.