Speech Therapy   •   August 19, 2020

Sneak in Speech and Language Therapy into Fun Games

Spot it! Is an easy to use game that involves circular cards that has 8 different pictures on it. Each card has a different set of pictures, so no 2 cards ever look the same. There are different ways to play, but the basic way to play has 2-3 players each place a card down. […]

Speech Therapy   •   July 3, 2020

Using Games as Reinforcers For Speech Therapy In Home

“Wooden magnetic fishing game” is the name of a wooden play set that involves 2 fishing poles and several wooden fish. The object of the game is to use your fishing pole to to catch the fish off the ground. This game can have 1 player who can catch all the fish or multiple players […]

language therapy, Speech Therapy   •   June 26, 2020

Build Communication Skills through Fun Games with Pediatric Therapy at Home

Describing is being able to explain that a banana is a yellow, long fruit that can be peeled, cut, and eaten. Categorization is being able to group things together in multiple ways. It’s saying that bananas, apples, and cherries are fruits or a banana, a pineapple, and a lemon are all things that are yellow, […]

Speech Therapy   •   June 5, 2020

Core strength in young children

Have you noticed that your child sits with their legs in a “W” position? Or that your toddler struggles with kicking a ball or climbing the stairs? All of these issues can be related to core weakness. When a child’s abdominal, gluteal, and/or latissimus dorsi muscles are not as strong as they should be, he […]

Speech Therapy   •   May 27, 2020

Descriptive Language in Speech-Language Therapy

Is your little one working on attributes and descriptions in speech therapy? This skill is so important as children develop vocabulary knowledge.  As our kiddos enter school age, our students are required to use language to inform, persuade and describe.  We want them to use these skills to write paragraphs and explain their answers in […]