Resources for Parents of Late Talkers

Resources for Parents of Late Talkers

Toys and Resources
It can be really difficult to find information as the parent of a toddler with language delays. There's a lot of different and sometimes conflicting and confusing information to sift through to find answers. Today I wanted to share with you some resources that I like to share with the parents of toddlers that I work with, and that I often refer to myself. BOOKS It Takes Two To Talk I don’t think there’s a single resource in our library that is photocopied as much as this one, it really is that full of information for children at the earliest stages of language development. Hanen is an organisation based in Canada that helps children with communication delays and their parents (and even Speech Pathologists) to communicate better. The It Takes Two…
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My Five Favourite Toy Types for Speech Therapy with Toddlers

My Five Favourite Toy Types for Speech Therapy with Toddlers

Toys and Resources
I love collecting toys to add to arsenal for therapy. It’s actually becoming a bit of a problem, as I have more toys than I have space for in my little office! Still, I can’t help myself when I see something that I know my little friends will love, especially as toys are so useful in teaching kids to communicate. As a parent, however, it’s not really plausible to have the quantity of toys as a practice (both financially and space wise), and you definitely don’t need that many to help a late talker or early language learner. In today’s post, I’ve compiled a list of my five favourite types of toys for therapy. These are the types of toys that I use most often with children between around 12…
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