Object Functions: Activity Page

Object Functions: Activity Page

Object Functions: what are they, why are they important, and activity page Working on object functions is a great way to help children enhance both their receptive and expressive vocabulary skills. While children may be able to name or label several nouns and objects in their environment, that doesn’t necessarily mean that they understand what […]

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Fourth of July Social Story

Fourth of July Social Story

It’s Almost the Fourth of July! For many American’s, The Fourth of July is a fun holiday to spend with friends and family at picnics, parades, and firework shows. For kids with autism or sensory sensitivities, The Fourth of July can sometimes be over-stimulating or challenging for them for a variety of reasons. Our team […]

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Articulation Activity: /th/

Articulation Activity: /th/

Find, Say, Color Articulation page: /th/ Happy spring! Celebrate the warm and beautiful spring weather with our free Find, Say, Color Articulation Page here. This is a fun way to supplement a student’s hard work in speech therapy at home. Many children experience difficulty producing the /th/ sound correctly. There are two distinct productions of this […]

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March Articulation Calendar

March Articulation Calendar

Articulation Calendar to Target Speech Sounds at Home Spring is fast approaching, and your kids have been working hard on their speech sounds in therapy! We have created a March articulation calendar that you can use at home with your kid to help maintain and carry over learned articulation skills in speech therapy. The calendar […]

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First Words Checklist

First Words Checklist

First Words Checklist Does your child have a speech delay? Common first words can help your late talker or toddler with their delayed speech. Below you will find a list of common first words to practice and monitor when your child is at home, school, or in other social settings. Review the list, add other […]

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First 5 Signs

First 5 Signs

First Five Signs to Teach Your Child Communication begins long before the first words, and signs are a helpful way to teach early effective communication skills. Signs can reduce the frustration of the parent when attempting to guess what their child needs.   Where should I start? In order to introduce these signs to a […]

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