Top 5 Speech Therapy Toys

0
91

This video is about my Top 5 Speech Therapy Toys. Many of my followers have been asking me what my go-to toys are for early interventions. So here you go! I throw these 5 toys into my backpack with some hand wipes and boom I’m ready to do a one-hour play session with a toddler with a speech delay.
Add these to your amazon shopping list:
Similar boxes:
Similar Balloon Pump and balloons:
Puzzle:
Duck book:
Similar cars from Toy story:

Early intervention for children is super important and I love sharing fun kids activities that parents and therapists can use at home. Try this out and let me know how it works!

If you found these videos helpful, then you’ll love my ONLINE COURSE for parents and therapist! In this video course you’ll learn my step-by-step process of how to teach children to communicate.

__________________________________
Consultation:
If you are a parent and live in California you can set up a consultation with me!
If you are a therapist in the U.S – you can set up a consultation with me too!
I’d love to help!
__________________________________
Receive my free mini-guide “5 THINGS EVERY PARENT NEEDS TO KNOW RIGHT NOW ABOUT SPEECH DELAY” by clicking this link. I’ll also send you additional useful resources to help your child periodically!
_________________________________

WORRIED ABOUT YOUR CHILD? …WHAT TO DO NEXT
-Contact your doctor to get a referral for a developmental evaluation.
-If the child is under the age of 3 and in the United States, contact your state agency for a free developmental evaluation. If you have insurance, they will bill the insurance. Use this link
-If your child is over the age of 3 and in the United States, contact your local school district and ask for a free developmental evaluation.
________________

Connect with me:
Facebook:
Twitter:
Instagram: @walkietalkiespeechtherapy
Google+:
Pinterest:
Yelp:
Website:

Disclaimer: I am a licensed speech-language pathologist in California. This video is meant to be general education for parents and therapists. Every child is different and this should not be taken as medical advice. Please consult with a professional in your area.

source

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here