It should go without saying that being prepared with your child in an emergency can be critical to safety. In this episode, Jane discusses a few things that can really help you and your child be more prepared.
Jane explains that it's just like learning any new language, and that Alternative and Augmentative communication come with some factors to consider. The ability level of the instructor and user, the complexity of the mode of communication selected, and the amount of exposure, opportunity and instruction necessary to learn them.
Jane discusses the importance of the Fathers & Mothers in the Childs life and talks about ways to say "I love You". The mother usually carries a lot of the leaning interaction with the child, but the fathers interaction is just as important.
Jane explains how using themes can be used to develop receptive and expressive language in children. The theme discussed in this podcast is "Going to the Beach", where Jane describes a clever way to bring the beach to your home.
In this episode, Jane explains how to read non-verbal communication out of children that have limited speech. And, how to become a communication detective and why that's important to a child's progress.
The spirit of a child, or any human being for that matter, can flourish or be broken by the words that we use to teach them! Jane explains the most important intangible in teaching and receiving communication.
Jane is a Speech Language Pathologist committed to the training and the assisting of SLPs, Teachers, and parents. This podcast is designed to share tools and techniques that help develop language and cultivate communication with your children. We strive to be a great resource for parents, teachers, and SLPs.