Thanksgiving is a time for family, food and fun! A great way to enjoy the holidays while working on social communication is by playing games. Give your tummy a break from turkey overload and fill your plate playing this enjoyable holiday themed activity!Read More
Did you ever see a pumpkin, a pumpkin, a pumpkin?
Did you ever see pumpkin with no face at all?
With no eyes, no nose, no mouth and no teeth?
Did you ever see a pumpkin, with no face at all?
So I made a Jack O-Lantern, Jack O-Lantern, Jack O-Lantern.
So I made a Jack-O-Lantern with a big funny face!
With big eyes, a big nose, a big mouth and big teeth.
So I made a Jack-O-Lantern with a big funny face.Read More
Games are not only fun for all children and the whole family, but they address important developmental skills. Just to name a few:
-Watching others and social awareness
-Early math skills
-Early literacy skills
-Other academic concepts like colors and shapes
-Fine motor skills
-Early problem solving and strategy skills
-Early predicting skills
-Lots more!Read More
Turn taking is one social communication and play skill that can be very difficult for kids with language delays, language disorders, autism and other special needs. It’s a wonderful skill to work on during therapy sessions, throughout your child’s school day and while at home. Sometimes it can be difficult to know where to start. Here are a few steps that you can follow to help your child begin to understand turn taking as well as to take turns with friends and family.