Fall Bulletin 2015- # 13
Behaviour Problems and Communication
An article in the Globe and Mail (December 2014) described the strategy that many parents use when their children are upset, demanding attention and having a meltdown. Parents often say “use your words” unrealistically asking the child to be rational and …Read More
Learning a second language as an adult means discriminating subtle sound differences. Read
Toronto Speech and Language Services Company Kids Can Communicate! Has Launched their Newly Designed Website
Toronto, Ontario – June 1, 2015 – Toronto speech and language services company Kids Can Communicate recently redesigned their website to allow for a more comfortable, user-friendly experience. From resources to aid those seeking information on speech impairment to blogs that focus more on stories from personal experience, the redesigned …Read More
It is with deep sadness and extreme gratitude that I write this testimonial to Pam Marshalla, who passed away on June 9, 2015. She was a family person, an author and a “clinician’s clinician” whose practical books and seminars successfully integrated research data and clinical experience. Many have become best-sellers …Read More
Watch this fabulous sound play! Dad imitates son and plays with his voice and vowels! Great bonding!
Your child may require speech therapy and may be seeing a school SLP. Here’s are some ways how to help your child with the speech targets at home.
1. If your child is working on a specific sound, help him to become aware of that sound by pointing out things in …Read More