Introduction to Time to Chat
Beginning Stages: Eye Contact and Signs
Are you concerned your child may be delayed in using language? This videos shows some basic approaches that speech therapists take to begin the process of eliciting communication and some basic signs to help your child communicate.
This video demonstrates some easy and effective ways to help elicit sounds with which your child might be having problems.
Build Vocabulary in Everyday Life
See three simple techniques you can use at home to teach and build language. Whether your child is delayed in using language or you just want to ensure proficient use of language, these tips are time-tested and highly effective!
Articulation therapy is not always as straight forward as it might seem. Sometimes therapy focuses on fixing one or two sounds that require practicing through drill. But sometimes it is more about entire groups of sounds and improving listening skills. This video explains phonological processes and how to help.
Imagination & Humor in Education
Find out why goofing off and using imagination with your children is the imperative to making your child a better learner and member of society.
Learn how getting back-to-basics using traditional toys and caregiver lead play can work wonders in building a child's vocabulary.
Building Vocabulary Using Categories
One of the best ways to build vocabulary at home is by using self-talk and categories. See how/why to use these tactics at home.