Tips for working with children with speech and language delays
Although these tips are geared toward helping children with a specific disability, they can be used successfully with all children!
- Most importantly, be a good listener.
- Keep direction simple and share them in complete sentences.
- Have the child repeat the directions; this will help reinforce them.
- Model correct usage and pronunciation of words instead of constantly correcting the child.
- Provide frequent visual reinforcement for the words you say and instructions you give.
- Remember to explain new concepts or vocabulary.
- Build on what the child says by expanding the explanation or adding new information.
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