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Language Development in Kids with Down Syndrome

November 11, 2018 by Kinetic Kids, Inc.

Language Development in Kids with Down Syndrome / 5 Awesome Benefits of Teaching Your Child Sign Language - [Pediatric Speech Therapy,Developmental Delay] 

 

Filed Under: pediatric speech therapy, sign language, down syndrome, pediatric speech concerns

Practicing Turn Taking [Pediatric Speech Therapy]

October 26, 2018 by Kinetic Kids, Inc.

Practicing Turn Taking [Pediatric Speech Therapy]

Turn-taking is a crucial part of communication. Throughout our whole lives, we communicate with other people by taking turns listening and speaking. Children learn the valuable skill of turn-taking through play. Here are some fun activities to do with your child that would provide great practice for taking turns!

Filed Under: pediatric speech therapy, pediatric speech concerns

Increasing Requesting Skills [Pediatric Speech Concerns]

October 25, 2018 by Kinetic Kids, Inc.

Increasing Requesting Skills [Pediatric Speech Therapy] 

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Understanding Family Labels [Pediatric Speech Therapy]

October 07, 2018 by Kinetic Kids, Inc.

Understanding Family Labels [Pediatric Speech Therapy, Children with Developmental Delay, Developmental Delay Treatment, Sensory Therapy,  Fine Motor Development] 

 

According to the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association, between the ages of three and four, a child typically starts developing an understanding of words for family members, such as brothersistergrandmotheruncle

Filed Under: pediatric speech therapy, pediatric speech concerns

Identifying Clothing Items with Your Child [Labeling]

October 06, 2018 by Kinetic Kids, Inc.

Identifying Clothing Items with Your Child  [Pediatric Speech Therapy]

 

 

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Using More Action Words in Your Routine

September 30, 2018 by Kinetic Kids, Inc.

Using More Action Words in Your Routine [Pediatric Speech Therapy]

Filed Under: pediatric speech therapy, pediatric speech concerns, routines

Using Language to Avoid Temper Tantrums

September 30, 2018 by Kinetic Kids, Inc.

Using Language to Avoid Tantrums [Pediatric Speech Therapy, Pediatric Occupational Therapy, Pediatric Psychology, Animal Assisted Therapy]

 

 

Your child is playing with a sibling, figuring out a new toy, or learning a new task, and you see the signs of a temper tantrum. Eyes are tearing up,  face  is turning red, and movements are becoming aggressive. And then all of a sudden your child...

Filed Under: Temper Tantrums, pediatric speech therapy, pediatric occupational therapy

Practicing Pronouns “He/She” With Your Child

September 30, 2018 by Kinetic Kids, Inc.

Practicing Pronouns “He/She” With Your Child  [Pediatric Speech Therapy, Pediatric Occupational Therapy] 

 

It is common for children to mix up pronouns “he” and “she” or just use one pronoun to refer to both males and females. However, it is important for your child to learn the difference between these pronouns and use them correctly. Fortunately, with the variety of people, books, and...

Filed Under: pediatric speech therapy, pediatric speech concerns

Practicing Plurals with Your Child

September 28, 2018 by Kinetic Kids, Inc.

Practicing Plurals with Your Child  [Pediatric Speech Therapy]

Between ages three to four, your child should be beginning to add “s” at the end of regular plural nouns. If your child is having difficulty with adding “s” at the end of regular plural nouns, there are many different opportunities to model this skill yourself so your child will learn it from you.

 

 

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Increase Your Child’s Understanding of Colors

September 28, 2018 by Kinetic Kids, Inc.

Increasing Your Child’s Understanding of Colors

 

 

Between ages three to four, your child should be beginning to understand the concept of different colors. There are plenty of opportunities to use everyday to increase your child’s understanding of different colors. Here are some different ways to practice in different environments.

Filed Under: pediatric speech therapy

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