Resources / Speech & Language / Language
Resources in this section are about your child’s ability to understand language and express his/her wants, needs, ideas and feelings in a variety of ways.
A Parent’s Guide for Increasing Your Child’s Vocabulary
Why work on your child’s vocabulary.
How to teach your child new words.
Things to consider about learning new words.
Activities to Help your Child Learn more Words
Teaching vocabulary in daily routines and according to themes.
Activities to Promote Speech and Language Development-Games and Everyday Ideas
Activities, ideas and games for supporting speech and language development.
Getting your Child to Tune into Talking (Language Facilitation Techniques)
Language facilitation techniques.
Strategies to use to support language development.
Help Your Child Use Longer Sentences (Expanding)
Strategies to help your child use longer sentences.
My Child Has Trouble Understanding – A Receptive Language Disorder
What is a receptive language disorder?
What is understanding?
Warning signs that your child may have trouble understanding.
My Child Has Trouble Understanding – Things You Can Work on at Home
How to work on improving your child’s ability to understand language.
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VIDEO: Expressive and Receptive Language
A communication assessment explores many areas of a child’s development. In this clip, Loan, Speech-Language Pathologist, will explain what is meant by ‘expressive’ and ‘receptive’ language skills.