Kid Confidential: Using Thematic Instruction in Speech Therapy

Posted on December 18, 2013 by Maria Del Duca | 0 Comments

I have seen many speech and language activities labeled as “themed” therapy activities just by the mere coincidence that they may sport graphics or clip art associated with a particular theme or ho...

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Posted in Adaptation, Child, Early childhood education, Instruction set, Speech

Insights Into Effective Language Treatment for Internationally Adopted Children

Posted on December 08, 2013 by Ana Paula Mumy | 0 Comments

How does one arrive at an appropriate diagnosis for children whose language backgrounds are virtually unknown? First, look for patterns of language development. Second, urge prospective parents to ...

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Posted in Adoption, Environmentalism, International adoption, Researcher, Speech

5 Ways That Cooking Can Be a Toddler Speech and Language Enriching Activity

Posted on November 19, 2013 by Family Learning Depot | 0 Comments

You may have noticed that I like to post toddler friendly recipes on the Talking With Toddlers Facebook Page . . I also like to include them in blog posts as a great toddler speech and language...

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Posted in Book, Cooking, Speech, Toddler

20 Fall Speech & Language Activities for Toddler

Posted on November 05, 2013 by Family Learning Depot | 0 Comments

Back in May, I wrote a very popular blog post called 20 Summertime Speech & Language Activities for Toddlers. . These activities were pinned to the Talking With Toddlers Pinterest page and has been...

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Posted in Book, Fall of man, Speech, Toddler

How to Put the 'Super' in Supervisor

Posted on November 05, 2013 by Janice Tucker | 0 Comments

Being a supervisor in any setting brings to mind a myriad of responsibilities. Is it best to guide or direct, monitor or inspect, influence or manage? As a supervisor to well over 120 speech-langua...

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Posted in Catholic school, Pathology, Professional sports, Speech, Working class

Harnessing Learning Styles

Posted on October 29, 2013 by Maureen Wilson | 0 Comments

How many times have you heard someone say, “I’m a visual learner” or “I need to do it to understand it." These are styles of learning. Depending on what research you find, there are 20, 16, 7, etc....

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Posted in Freedom of speech, Language, Learning styles, Speech, Visual arts

Toddler Speech and Language Activities for Halloween

Posted on October 21, 2013 by Family Learning Depot | 0 Comments

It's fall, and the temperatures are finally cooling off in the southern part of the United States. . One of my most favorite months during the fall is October. . I love Halloween and now that I have...

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Posted in Book, Language, Speech