Communicating with children with speech, language and communicative impairments requires some skills in using the multi-modal approach. This approach incorporates multiple modalities of communication such as speech, gestures, picture boards to facilitate expressive and receptive language skills.
Using a multi-modal communication makes language more concrete and less transient and hence facilitates better cognitive processing of language. Providing a multi-sensory input for language also enables better support for emerging literacy and numeracy skill development.
This workshop will focus on the use of Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) as a mode to facilitate the development of communication, language and social skills for your child.
By the end of the programme, participants will be able to:
Full fee applies for professionals working with children with special needs.
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