Look to see what exciting ideas we’ve thought about for the holidays: easy to implement activities that can be adapted to your child’s age and stage of development.
Have a look at this blog post where we take you through good reasons why you shouldn’t ignore Speech and Language Therapy sessions this summer.
Read Sonja’s latest blog on hearing the difference between sounds to develop speech sounds production. Check her top tips.
In this blog Sonja presents stage two of the Attention Autism approach, “the attention builder”. She gives three activities ideas.
In this blog post Sonja explores stage one of the attention autism approach.
We look at how you can support your autistic child’s literacy skills and how together we can provide a scaffold to them becoming independent learners.
I often reflect on this question ‘Should we make eye contact as a goal?’ In this blog I show how you can encourage it without demand.
Imitation refers to the simple act of copying. Has your child difficulties in areas of social communication? Learn how imitation is a powerful tool.
Let’s help your child with speech and language difficulties gain confidence, increase their participation in school and fully engage with their peers.
Around 30% of autistic children have speech and language regression. Learn how you can help yours.
“What do I need to buy so I can support speech skills at home?” I give you ideas so you can adapt what you have at home.
You watch your child struggle to find the right words in conversation. You’ve noticed that they describe what they mean (e.g., it lives in the trees outside, has wings to fly and squawks) but cannot think of the correct word…