Identify the Signs of Communication Disorders

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The Identify the Signs campaign aims to educate the public about the warning signs of communication disorders. Speech, language, and hearing disorders are treatable and early detection is a major contributor to speedier recoveries, shortened treatment periods, and reduced costs for individuals and society alike.

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Ever wonder about the relationship between #languagedisorders and learning disabilities? Delve deeper in this week’s #FridayReads! Speech Language Therapy, Speech And Language, Decoding, Learning Disabilities, Sight Words, Reading Comprehension, Disability, Disorders, Communication

Learn More About the Relationship Between Language Disorders and Learning Disabilities

Ever wonder about the relationship between #languagedisorders and learning disabilities? Delve deeper in this week’s #FridayReads!

Tips on how to avoid mistakes when trying to get your toddler talking. Plus tips for parents on how to increase language development. Speech Language Therapy, Speech Therapy Activities, Speech And Language, Toddler Activities, Communication Development, Language Development, Learning Apps, Interactive Learning, Speech Delay

The Tech Effect: How Too Much Device Time May Be Taking a Toll on Today’s Children

http://identifythesigns.org/The Tech Effect: How Too Much Device Time May Be Taking a Toll on Today’s Children (Research Roundup & Tips for Families) Use of ...

Tech Effect How Popular Technology Affects Children’s Development : Family Life : Parent Herald Speech And Hearing, Sound Off, On Today, Speech And Language, Family Life, Teacher Resources, Disorders, Hold On, Communication

Sounding Off: Kids and Technology

http://identifythesigns.org/What Communication Experts, Teachers, Parents, and Teens Have to Say About Technology’s Hold on Today’s ChildrenSounding OffUse o...

The Digital Diet: 5 Tips to Help Families Manage Tech Time and Maintain Healthy Balance Speech Language Pathology, Speech And Language, Quality Time, Speech Therapy, Teacher Resources, Communication, Diet, Education, Digital

The Digital Diet: 5 Tips to Maintaining Healthy Balance

http://identifythesigns.org/Easy ways that families can reduce tech time in favor of communication and interaction.

Use these easy tips to teach your baby some simple sign language skills and finally find out what goo-goo gah-gah really means. Simple Sign Language, Learn Sign Language, Baby Sign Language, Speech And Language, Communication Development, First Time Parents, Baby Center, 5 Year Olds, Teacher Resources

Speech and language problems: Ages 5 to 8 | BabyCenter

Find out what to expect as your child's language develops, know the signs of a possible speech problem, and learn when and how to get help.

Speech and language problems: Ages 2 to As your toddler or preschooler learns to talk, and how to determine when your child might need help. Communication Development, Hearing Problems, Speech Delay, My First Year, Red Flag, Baby Center, 2 Year Olds, Speech And Language, Speech Therapy

Speech and language problems: Ages 2 to 4 | BabyCenter

Find out what's typical – and what isn't – as your toddler or preschooler learns to talk, and how to determine when your child might need help for a possible speech problem.

Little kids put big weight on your non-verbal cues. Here, body language expert Greg Hartley offers some advice on how to make your movements sound better. Baby Sign Language, Body Language, Speech And Language, Social Emotional Learning, Social Skills, Deaf Children, Good Vocabulary, Language Development, Teaching Kids

Why are so many (smart!) kids missing this social skill?

Something strange is happening. Teachers have begun to notice an uptick in some surprising, seemingly unrelated behaviors. Kids—even from well-off, well-educated families—are having more than the usual amount of trouble asking for help. Working together. Sharing toys. Following along when the teacher points to the blackboard. In a

​Children gain communication and social skills through listening, talking, reading, singing, and playing with their parents—interactions lost while you are on a smartphone. Communication Development, Language Development, Child Development, Speech Language Pathology, Speech And Language, Speech And Hearing, Best Speeches, Fancy Dress For Kids, Developmental Disabilities

Parents of Young Children: Put Down Your Smartphones

​Children gain communication and social skills through listening, talking, reading, singing, and playing with their parents—interactions lost while you are on a smartphone.

"How to Raise a Reader" -- The benefits of reading at every stage of a child’s development are well documented. Happily, raising a reader is fun, rewarding and relatively easy. Parenting Classes, Single Parenting, Parenting Advice, Parenting Workshop, Single Parent Families, Importance Of Reading, Toddler Preschool, Healthy Kids, Healthy Living

The Merits of Reading Real Books to Your Children

NY Times: The Merits of Reading Real Books to Your Children #reading #kids #tech #parenting

Traditional Toys May Beat Gadgets in Language Development: Research suggests that some gadgets can make parents less likely to engage in meaningful give-and-take with their children. Communication Development, Language Development, Child Development, Speech Language Pathology, Speech And Language, Child Directed Speech, Education Issues, Traditional Toys, Early Intervention

Traditional Toys May Beat Gadgets in Language Development

Traditional Toys May Beat Gadgets in Language Development #communication #kids #speech #language #parenting

toddler~The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) provides a list of some do’s and don’ts for talking respectfully and productively about a potential communication delay. Speech Therapy Activities, Speech Language Pathology, Speech And Language, Early Intervention Program, Speech And Hearing, Doctor For Kids, Autism Learning, Best Speeches, American Academy Of Pediatrics

How to Raise Concerns about a Child’s Speech and Language Development: Do’s and Don’ts

​​​Grandparents, friends, or neighbors who are worried about a child's speech and/or language development may hesitate to bring it up for fear of upsetting or offending a parent. Here are some do’s and don’ts for talking respectfully and productively about a potential communication delay.

2016 ASHA President Jayne Handelsman, PhD, CCC-A, discusses ASHA's Identify the Signs campaign; a public service campaign raising awareness among parents, caregivers and educators about the early signs of communication disorders. Early Intervention, Public Service, Disorders, Raising, Presidents, Communication, Parents, Campaign, Signs

ASHA President Jayne Handelsman: Identify the Signs of Communication Disorders

www.IdentifyTheSigns.org 2016 ASHA President Jayne Handelsman, PhD, CCC-A, discusses ASHA's Identify the Signs campaign; a public service campaign raising aw...