Embedding Sensory Strategies into Daily Life
In this blog, occupational therapist Kim Griffin, from GriffinOT, gives suggestions on how you can embed sensory strategies into everyday life.
The Great Outdoors
Part two of this blog series focuses on ‘The Great Outdoors’ and gives us more great ideas for developing children’s speech and language skills at home.
The Great Indoors
While spending most, if not all, of our time at home currently, it can be really difficult to think up fun activities to keep children entertained. In this two-part blog series, our speech and language therapist, Juliet Leonard, gives us some great ideas for developing speech and language skills at home using everyday activities. Part 1 focuses on ‘The Great Indoors’!
Why can difficulty understanding language be hard to spot?
Some speech and language difficulties are easy to spot, but we cannot always easily identify if a child is having difficulty understanding language.
Why are speech and language skills so important?
Speech and language therapist, Louise Bingham, explains why speech and language skills are so important for children to develop.