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Literacy Activities to Try at Home

In honor of Dr. Seuss’s upcoming birthday, I thought I’d do a post about literacy activities.  Did you know that a child’s exposure to books greatly impacts his/her communication and academic skills?  Through this post, I hope to share some easy-to-implement literacy activities.  These activities will help your child improve his communication, vocabulary, and literacy … Continue reading Literacy Activities to Try at Home

5 Tips for Aphasia

If you’ve made your way to this post, it’s probably because you are currently caring for someone with aphasia.  Unfortunately, most people have never heard the word “aphasia” unless they or a significant other has received that diagnosis.  So without much knowledge on this diagnosis, it can be tricky to provide the best care for … Continue reading 5 Tips for Aphasia

5 Household Objects that can Double as Toys

Children learn many things through play.  Unfortunately, though, toys can be expensive.  If you’re looking for some inexpensive play activities, look no further!  Check out this list of 5 household objects that can double as toys. Cups Toilet paper/paper towel roll Tongs Bowl/Container Spoon Watch this video to see how you can use these objects … Continue reading 5 Household Objects that can Double as Toys

Let’s Go Bowling: Supporting Communication at the Bowling Alley

It might seem odd that I’m writing a post about bowling on a beautiful, sunny spring day when most people are thinking about spending time outside, but it’s always good to think of activities we can do when the weather isn’t so great (in fact this holiday weekend, the forecast in northern NJ is all … Continue reading Let’s Go Bowling: Supporting Communication at the Bowling Alley

Stimulating Communication Without Spending a Dime

I often get asked about the best toys and gadgets to stimulate communication in children.  And, although I do have some favorites, communication occurs everywhere, everyday (#CommunicateEverywhere).  No special gadgets or gizmos are needed.  So keep your money in your pocket and use your everyday routines to work on your child’s speech and language skills.  … Continue reading Stimulating Communication Without Spending a Dime