With Linda Bell, Speech-Language Pathologist, Speech Services Niagara
We all use visuals, from looking at icons on our phones to ‘reading’ street signs. We routinely rely on a combination of written materials, pictures or images as well as messages that we hear to function throughout our day. Just like us, all young
children can benefit from the use visual information to help them to understand what is going to happen, follow directions and in some instances get a message across to their
communication partner. Children with communication difficulties particularly thrive in a setting where visuals are routinely used in every aspect of their day. Visuals can take the form of real objects, miniatures to represent an object (e.g. toy food) photos, graphics (line drawings) and even video recordings. Come and learn about how visuals can be used to help young children to be more involved in their day which can greatly affect
their behaviour and communication skills.
No Cost, this workshop is sponsored by Speech Services Niagara
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