ConnectABILITY

It is not uncommon for young children to have allergies or intolerances to certain foods like nuts, eggs, and even milk. Planning and preparing for snacks and lunchtimes can sometimes be a challenging task. By working together as a team …
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What is a Speech and Language Disorder? A child’s communication is considered delayed when the child is noticeably behind his/her peers in the acquisition of speech and/or language skills. Sometimes a child will have greater receptive (understanding) than expressive (speaking) …
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Children develop a sense of independence and self-esteem when they are able to care for their own toileting needs. Although toilet training can be challenging at times, remember that each step your child achieves will bring him closer to the …
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Materials Required: 2 puppets Crocodile Dentist game for the puppet show puppet theatre (optional) visual schedule outlining the schedule for this session rules board crayons, markers or pencils (one per child) scissors (one per child or enough for children to …
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A guide to communicating with your child Toronto Preschool Speech and Language Services: A community partnership designed to deliver speech and language services for infants, toddlers, and preschool children. This tip sheet tells you how most children learn to communicate …
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Developing a partnership with the family is very important when we share the care of their child. We communicate with parents on a daily basis. We often talk about their child’s achievements, friends, or the things he particularly enjoyed doing. …
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