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Teaching Imitation Skills

We all learn by watching others and copying their actions. One of the most important ways young children learn is through imitation. Generally, a child will learn to imitate movement before they learn to imitate sounds through speech. Even though motor imitation is not directly related to language development, teaching a child to imitate body movements is helpful because it teaches a child valuable imitation skills. Read More

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Imitation with Identical Objects

When working with pre-verbal children establishing imitation is very important as a building block for social and language skills.  When children struggle with imitation skills it is most often due to cognitive delays and/or autism spectrum disorders.   Read More

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Imitation with Identical Objects

When working with pre-verbal children establishing imitation is very important as a building block for social and language skills.  When children struggle with imitation skills it is most often due to cognitive delays and/or autism spectrum disorders.   Read More

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Language delays-before your child talks

We work with many children who are pre-verbal. This means they aren't using words yet. As speech-language pathologists we work on how kids use language and how kids understand language. When a child is pre-verbal we are working on ways for them to communicate, but we also work on helping them to understand the world around them and what people are saying to them. Read More

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