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Aphasia therapy

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Attributes – Functions and Parts « Free Language Stuff

Curriculum Relevant Vocabulary List of Words with Functions Pre-Academic – bed – you sleep in it; coat – when it’s cold, you wear this to keep warm; cup – it holds drinks; fork – you eat with…

WH Questions in response to a simple sentence. Can target listening for key details and "wh" questions.

This is a follow up to my previous post about getting students to answer WH questions. Knowing how to answer questions isn't enough. After students have basic question answering skills they need to apply those skills to comprehension and fact recall questions. After all, that's what we need to be able to do in conversation. There are lots of ways to do this. I like to start at the level of sentences and work my way up. It's actually amazing how many of my kids can't do the following task…

Expressive Language: Describing Objects.  Free worksheet. Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources @sostherapy http://pinterest.com/sostherapy.

I use this worksheet along with a describing cue sheet if needed. The cue sheet includes questions such as: What category is it in? What do you do with it? What does it look like? Click here to download! Please consider donating a dollar or two if you want to see more SLP materials!

How YOU Can Do Language Therapy At Home! | Ms. Gardenia's Speech Room

Whether your child has been identified as having a language disorder or you would just like ways to help your child further improve their language skills, this post is for you. You have stuff in your home and in your brain that can facilitate better language skills in your children. My firstborn spoke at 9 ... Read More about How YOU Can Do Language Therapy At Home!

Tips for Communicating with Seniors Who Have Difficulty Speaking After Stroke [Infographic] - DailyCaring

A common side effect of stroke is a language disorder called aphasia. Get a handy tip sheet that makes it easier to communicate with someone who’s having difficulty speaking after stroke. It also includes suggestions to help them express themselves more easily.

Cerebrovascular Accidents (CVAs) are better known as strokes.A stroke occurs when blood flow in the brain is interrupted or stopped.  There are different types of strokes that result in a variety of...

Cerebrovascular Accidents (CVAs) are better known as strokes.A stroke occurs when blood flow in the brain is interrupted or stopped. There are different types of strokes that result in a variety of...