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Speech, Language and Communication

What should my child be able to do in relation to their speech, language and communication development?

What language should I speak to my child in?

How can I support my child at home with their speech, language and communication?

Have a look at our useful videos to show you what to do:

Attention and Listening

استعمال الإشارات المرئية لدعم التواصل في البيت // Using Visuals at home (Arabic)

Making a Now and Next Board

CLCH Speech and Language Therapy: Visual Support for Children. A 'now and next' (also known as a 'first and then') board can help children to keep motivated...

Toys at Home - The Car Run

CLCH Speech and Language Therapy: Learning During Everyday Activities. A car run is a great toy that you can use at home to support attention and listening,...

Tickling Games

CLCH Speech and Language Therapy: Learning During Everyday Activities. Tickling is a good opportunity for your child to start an interaction and respond to ...

Playing

Sharing Books

CLCH Speech and Language Therapy: Learning During Everyday Activities. Sharing books is a great time to support language development. You don't have to rea...

Singing in the Park

CLCH Speech and Language Therapy: Learning During Everyday Activities. When you are in the park you can sing to your child. Singing helps children learn ne...

At the Park Intro

CLCH Speech and Language Therapy: Learning During Everyday Activities. An introduction video around learning new words when out and about.

Identiplay

Sandwiches

Understanding

What are Blanks Levels of questioning?

What are Blanks levels of questioning and how can these be used to support children's communication skills?

What are Blanks Levels of questioning? (Arabic)

What's in the bag?

CLCH Speech and Language Therapy: Learning During Everyday Activities. 'What's in the bag?' is a fun game to introduce new words to your child. You can use...

Bath Tub Games

CLCH Speech and Language Therapy: Learning During Everyday Activities. Bath time is a great time to support language development. You can introduce choices...

On the Slide

CLCH Speech and Language Therapy: Learning During Everyday Activities: When you are at home and out and about with your child it is a great time to help th...

Climbing on the Climbing Frame

CLCH Speech and Language Therapy: Learning During Everyday Activities. When you are at home and out and about with your child it is a great time to help the...

Talking

Offering choices in the shop

CLCH Speech and Language Therapy: Learning During Everyday Activities. When you are out shopping it is a great time to offer choices. It gives your child a...

Car Ramp Game - Making Requests

CLCH Speech and Language Therapy: Learning During Everyday Activities. A car track is a great toy that can be used for lots of things. Lots of children love...

Creative Stupidity at the shop

CLCH Speech and Language Therapy: Learning During Everyday Activities. When you do the 'unexpected' with your child in a fun way, it is a good opportunity t...

Increasing communication at home.

Learn how to encourage your child to communicate at home.

تنمية فرص التواصل في البيت // Increasing communication opportunities at home.

Teaching your child new words (vocabulary)

Using colour coding to support sentence structure

In this video Liz explains how you can use colour coding to develop your child's language skills.

Social Skills

Toys at Home - The Car Run

CLCH Speech and Language Therapy: Learning During Everyday Activities. A car run is a great toy that you can use at home to support attention and listening,...

Waiting for the Bus

CLCH Speech and Language Therapy: Learning During Everyday Activities. When you are waiting for the bus, you can have a conversation with your child using M...

At the bus stop

CLCH Speech and Language Therapy: Learning During Everyday Activities. While you are waiting for the bus, it is a great time to have a conversation. Talk a...

Where can I go to find out more information about my child's Speech, Language and Communication?

 

General Websites:

Look Say Sing Play

Right from birth, every time you talk, sing or play with your baby, you're not just bonding, you're building their brain.Find out more, and sign up for brain...

Communication Trust Platform 3: Environments

This video shows examples of communication supportive spaces, demonstrating a range of good practice including visual supports, labels, use of verbal strateg...