Children with a disability can benefit from speech therapy to support their communication. In last week’s blog we looked at three things you can do at home to support your child on their communication journey. We take a look at three further in part 2.
Children with a disability and complex health needs will often benefit from speech therapy to support their communication. As well as the speech therapy sessions that your child has with an experienced and qualified Speech Pathologist, there are lots of speech therapy tips for home.
Children with a disability can experience challenges with everyday tasks, or what occupational therapists call Activities of Daily Living or ADLs for short. One area they might experience difficulty is being organised at school.
We can all struggle with organisation from time to time but being organised can reduce any stress and anxiety sometimes experienced in performing day-to-day activities. For children with a disability, they may need some extra support to be organised.
In last week’s blog In home disability support: Complex needs life admin - Part 1, we talked about meal planning and preparation, using time spend in waiting areas to be more productive and the importance of a filing system. All of these things can help parents of kids with complex needs to get on top of life admin. Here are some other things to consider.