Features of apps for Language Intervention

Feb 05

Dear Therapists I need your assistance. I am conducting a study that examines the features of apps that SLPs feel are important when using apps for language intervention with children. The limited research on the use of apps in clinical practice means that currently there is no framework to consider when evaluating apps. Consequently, there is a pressing need for...

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I Have Moved

Jan 16

I Have Moved

[et_pb_section admin_label=”section”][et_pb_row admin_label=”row”][et_pb_column type=”4_4″][et_pb_text admin_label=”Text”] Please subscribe on my NEW domain www.talkingtalk.co.za   [/et_pb_text][/et_pb_column][/et_pb_row][/et_pb_section] Share...

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Why you should buy an ipad for your child

Jan 08

Why you should buy an ipad for your child

Find this post on my new Domain www.talkingtalk.co.za   Please subscribe on my new site   🙂 Nikki Share...

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I Have Moved

Jan 06

I Have Moved

I HAVE MOVED 🙂   Please subscribe on my NEW domain www.talkingtalk.co.za     I have some great articles lined up for this year and  I am looking forward to your suggestions too!     Nikki It seems as if there are some “teething” problems on the new site and you are not able to subscribe yet. Hopefully this will be rectified...

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Why TV is good for your child

Dec 05

Why TV is good for your child

School holidays are looming and with it the dilemma on how to entertain your child. Thoughts of children slouching around in front of the TV all day whilst parents are still at work dredges up mixed feelings of relief and trepidation:   At least they’ll be entertained and kept out of mischief but we know that too much TV cannot be a good thing. The first 2...

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Between The Lines – App Review

Nov 18

Between The Lines – App Review

Developer: Hamaguchi Apps Price:            $15.99     CC whose blog is entitled “If Only I had Super Powers” http://ifonlyihadsuperpowers.blogspot.com/ recently wrote a post on trying to teach social-pragmatic skills to children. I totally concur with her. “Social –Pragmatic skills are HARD to teach” and yet more and more children...

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When is a lisp no longer cute?

Nov 11

When is a lisp no longer cute?

A lisp is a relatively common speech disorder in which a person has trouble pronouncing the sounds of the letters “s” and “z.” The toddler that says “pleathe” is really cute, but how do you decide when the lisp is no longer cute?   And why on earth does the word “lisp” contain an /s/? 😛   There are a number of factors...

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