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Video resources

Our team of Speech and Language Therapists have created some videos sharing information and ideas around our frequently used approaches. Take a look at the videos below for strategies and activity ideas to support your child’s communication.

Developing play, attention and interaction skills

Strategies to support your child’s early interaction skills including opportunities to communicate, turn-taking games and Intensive Interaction.

Developing early understanding of language

Strategies to support your child’s understanding of language including object and action words, key word levels, concepts, questions and strategies for adults.

Developing early use of language (parent-child interaction strategies)

This video covers: building blocks for language development, making choices and expressing preferences, functional communication (core vocabulary), naming object and action words, special time strategies for adults and strategies to expand language development.

Gestalt Language Processing

Supporting children who are Gestalt Language Processors (GLP). Strategies for parents and education professionals.




Using visuals and AAC

An introduction to creating a Communication Friendly Environment including strategies such as Objects of Reference, signing, visual schedules (e.g. now/next), symbol systems and strategies to support children who use communication aids.

Working on speech sounds

An introduction to supporting your child’s speech sounds including typical development of sounds, activities to help your child’s speech sounds develop (from single sounds to saying in words), game ideas and how to encourage practice in everyday speech.

Minimal pairs

How to use the minimal pairs approach to help your child’s speech sound development.

Speech sound games

Ideas of games to try at home to use when practising your child’s speech sounds

Auditory bombardment

How to use listening games and ‘auditory bombardment’ to help to develop your child’s speech sound development.

Stammering Support for Children and Young People

Advice and Strategies for Parents and Education Professionals