How to help your child with speech & language at home.
This parent guide is a great resource that includes a step-by-step guide to get you started in helping your child at home.
Celebrate your child's communication strengths with this:
'What my child can do list'!
Even if your child is struggling with speech & language, it's important to look at your child's strengths as well. This can give you a great place to start in helping your child.
This 5 page download includes: instructions, idea list for each area of communication and a form to fill out your child's strengths in each area:
Example: Is your child not yet talking in sentences? Take a step back and see what your child can do. Maybe your child uses 2 words at a time. Start there, practice lots of different 2 word sentences, (do more of what your child CAN do) and then build from that level.FREE DOWNLOAD
Your child's strengths (Simple heart version)
A free printable, with an area to list your child's strengths in the following communication categories: nonverbal communication, speech sounds, understanding language, expressing language, social interaction.Free Download (Heart Version)
Early signs for your Toddler
Here are pictures of the signs that I taught my own kids when they were little. They are the first signs I taught them (before they could talk). These are also the first signs I recommend that parents teach their little ones too! Check out our blog post to learn in detail how best to use this resource.FREE DOWNLOAD