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21 Months 1 Week - Using Size Descriptor Words

A great way to achieve 2-3 word phrases is to learn words other than nouns. This can include prepositions, adjectives, etc. This week we will talk specifically about using size descriptor words to expand phrases. 959 more words

Speech & Language Therapy

21 Months 1 Week - Using Size Descriptor Words

A great way to achieve 2-3 word phrases is to learn words other than nouns. This can include prepositions, adjectives, etc. This week we will talk specifically about using size descriptor words to expand phrases. 649 more words

Speech & Language Therapy

21 Months - Helping your Toddler Create Phrases with Possessive Words

We recently did a post about building phrases with “me” and “mine” such as “my shoes”. Your child is very observant and he or she is beginning to know what specific items belong to certain people. 295 more words

Speech & Language Therapy

20 Months 2 Weeks - Creating “Uh Oh” Situations to Encourage Commenting 

As parents, we of course don’t love when a major spill happens or when our child is crying because they can’t get something out! However, these situations often lead to lots of spontaneous language! 284 more words

Speech & Language Therapy

The 200 word milestone

Working in a  school makes me more aware of things to watch in my son. We have speech therapists that work for the school board. One day I asked one of the therapists about when (my 16 month old at the time) would stop saying “A-wound and a-wound and a-wound” and start saying around. 358 more words

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Memory Lifestyle for Seniors

Speech Therapist

Speech Language Pathologist In Victoria BC. 250-217-8123

Nomi Kaston, M.Sc., Speech Language Pathologist

We reminisce together. We travel in time, piecing together a family history, inventing strategies for retrieving and reconstructing the sequence of our lives, and at the same framing a glad personal story. 24 more words

Handwriting: What’s All the Fuss About?

Handwriting: What’s All the Fuss About?

To the ordinary person handwriting might seem like a simple form of communication, but to occupational therapists handwriting is a much bigger deal than just that. 216 more words

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