I’m always looking for new games and activities to stimulate my little patients and for me playing is fundamentally important. In this article, I will explain the connection between game and language acquisition and stimulation. Children need to play with someone they do not new games. So let’s invent them, create them from what we already have at home. This
Come and find more about Selective Mutism, open to everyone Consistent inability to speak in certain situations is usually li About this Event Is your child a chatterbox at home, but he/she stops speaking at school? Or do you have a child at your school or nuresry that does not speak there? Consistent inability to speak in certain situations is
I am a very proud mum as I have a son who is nearly 16 and NEXT year he is going to Ecuador to help build a community. He is so enthusiastic and he knows that it is going to be a hard task but very rewarding too. However, it costs a lot and he wants to RAISE money, CAN
A couple of years ago, I was looking for a new tool to help my clients who had Language delay and I came across Expanding Expression Tool Kit™ or EET. I was so impressed with it. I have now been using this tool for a while with many children. I highly recommend this product for all speech and Language Therapists and teachers.
Today I am sharing a blog written By Lisa Smith (3 rd year Speech and Language Therapy student and HARs Scholar). As a therapist who deal with children with SM, I could NOT share this and be touched by her sponsored silence. I would love to thank her personally, especially as she describes how she felt and her deeper understanding of
On the 26th of October from 9am to 2pm at 59 Polton Vale, Loanhead, you are invited to a Selective Mutism Coffee event check facebook event here Come and learn more about anxiety in communication. Fundraiser event, with prizes and nice cakes!! There will be a lot of nice prices so please feel free to invite other friends http://www.selectivemutism.org.uk Let
October is the SELECTIVE MUTISM AWARENESS MONTH, and this is the real story of a bilingual child and his steps toward communication. Although not all children with SM, have speech and language difficulties, this child also presented with a speech disorder. To protect this child and family identity the name has been changed. Was was Jack like as a baby?