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Helping Parents Teach Toddlers To Understand and Use Language

#321 Teach Me To Talk

    • Kids & Family
    • 4.7 • 238 Ratings

Helping Parents Teach Toddlers To Understand and Use Language

    #454 Receptive Language Milestones by 24 Months

    #454 Receptive Language Milestones by 24 Months

    In this 14 part podcast series, learn all the language milestones from under 12 months to 48 months. We'll break down all milestones for both receptive and expressive language into 6 month age ranges. In each show (as well as on the handout), we'll define each skill, discuss its importance for language development, and then talk about the best strategies for targeting the skill in therapy sessions and at home. This information will serve as a fantastic reminder for typical language acquisition, as well as a great resource for parent education.

    In this course, we're discussing the receptive language milestones acquired by 24 months

    For speech-language pathologists, other therapists and professionals who work in early intervention and pediatrics, and parents of toddlers and preschoolers with speech-language delays.

    https://teachmetotalk.com/ceu_course/asha-ceu-course-454-receptive-language-milestones-by-24-months/

     

    • 1 hr 11 min
    #449 Clinical Supervision and Education…. Following ASHA’s Guidelines for Best P

    #449 Clinical Supervision and Education…. Following ASHA’s Guidelines for Best P

    In this course, we discuss clinical supervision and education for speech-language pathologists using guidelines recommended in ASHA's Practice Portal.

    2 hour introductory supervision course appropriate for SLPs to satisfy ASHA's 2 hour requirement for supervision

    Most appropriate for therapists who work in birth to 3 or preschool programs

    Link to purchase CE credit:

    teachmetotalk.com #449

    • 2 hr 9 min
    #453 Expressive Language Milestones by 18 Months

    #453 Expressive Language Milestones by 18 Months

    In this 14 part podcast series, learn all the language milestones from under 12 months to 48 months. We’ll break down all milestones for both receptive and expressive language into 6 month age ranges. In each show (as well as on the handout), we’ll define each skill, discuss its importance for language development, and then talk about the best strategies for targeting the skill in therapy sessions and at home. This information will serve as a fantastic reminder for typical language acquisition, as well as a great resource for parent education.

    In this course, we’re discussing the expressive language milestones acquired by 18 months. Interestingly, the milestone list is very similar to an initial set of goals we would establish for a child who is minimallly verbal!

    For speech-language pathologists, other therapists and professionals who work in early intervention and pediatrics, and parents of toddlers and preschoolers with speech-language delays.

    Link for $5 CEU credit:

    https://teachmetotalk.com/ceu_course/asha-ceu-course-453-expressive-language-milestones-by-18-months/

    • 1 hr 16 min
    #452 Receptive Language Milestones by 18 Months

    #452 Receptive Language Milestones by 18 Months

    Join pediatric speech-language pathologist Laura Mize, M. S., CCC-SLP for this CE course reviewing early receptive language milestones children acquire by 12 months. This is part 3 of a 14 part series reviewing all language milestones under 12 months to 48 months.

    teachmetotalk.com  Show #452

    • 1 hr 12 min
    #451 Expressive Language Milestones by 12 Months

    #451 Expressive Language Milestones by 12 Months

    In this 14 part podcast series, learn all the language milestones from under 12 months to 48 months. We’ll break down all milestones for both receptive and expressive language into 6 month age ranges. In each show (as well as on the handout), we’ll define each skill, discuss its importance for language development, and then talk about the best strategies for targeting the skill in therapy sessions and at home. This information will serve as a fantastic reminder for typical language acquisition, as well as a great resource for parent education.

    In this course, we’re discussing the expressive language milestones acquired by 12 months. Interestingly, the milestone list is very similar to an initial set of goals we would establish for a child who is not yet talking!

    For speech-language pathologists, other therapists and professionals who work in early intervention and pediatrics, and parents of toddlers and preschoolers with speech-language delays.

    Recommended Toys & Resources Post #450 and #451

    Link for CE credit:

    https://teachmetotalk.com/ceu_course/asha-ceu-course-451-expressive-language-milestones-by-12-months/

     

    • 1 hr 22 min
    #450 Receptive Language Milestones by 12 Months

    #450 Receptive Language Milestones by 12 Months

    In this 14 part podcast series, learn all the language milestones from under 12 months to 48 months. We’ll break down all milestones for both receptive and expressive language into 6 month age ranges. In each show (as well as on the handout), we’ll define each skill, discuss its importance for language development, and then talk about the best strategies for targeting the skill in therapy sessions and at home. This information will serve as a fantastic reminder for typical language acquisition, as well as a great resource for parent education. In this course, we’re discussing the receptive language milestones acquired by 12 months.

    For speech-language pathologists, other therapists and professionals who work in early intervention and pediatrics, and parents of toddlers and preschoolers with speech-language delays.

    Recommended Toys & Resources Post

    Link for $5 CEU credit:

    https://teachmetotalk.com/ceu_course/asha-ceu-course-450-receptive-language-milestones-by-12-months/

    • 1 hr 18 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
238 Ratings

238 Ratings

JayJay in LA ,

Super helpful for parents too

I came across Laura’s podcast when I was trying to figure out how to get my non-speaking two year old to catch up and start saying 2-word phrases. I have learned SO much from her about milestones, early intervention and how to start at the child’s current level to do all the baby steps that will help them learn to talk. He’s now 3, has an autism diagnosis and thanks to everything I’ve learned plus ABA and speech therapy he’s speaking a lot. Thank you so much for all you do, Laura.

JRaoBrown ,

RN mom of 14 month old

I am so grateful for Laura Mize and her excellent FREE materials- podcasts and videos. I have a healthcare background, but the information is accessible for SLPs and “laypeople” alike. I have searched and not found anything close to this treasure trove of resources. I have been listening to this podcast and implementing suggestions for 6 weeks, and my baby has progressed significantly. We have also started private speech therapy while waiting for our early intervention evaluation, which has been very expensive. Having Laura’s resources has helped much more than anything else. I’m considering purchasing her therapy manual from her website, since taking notes while listening can be cumbersome. Thank you Laura for spending so much time to help parents like me!

MWalms ,

Great topics, but outdated and long winded

I’d been excited to find this podcast but after listening to a handful of episodes was very disappointed. My husband summarized the ones he listened to as unprofessional both in vernacular and repetitiveness in the episodes. As a professor and a teacher we value information being presented in a relevant and succinct manner. These episodes are unnecessarily lengthy.

My main concern was the outdated terminology used regarding autism and not being a part of the neurodiverse movement which is so important for parents looking for SLPs nowadays. We love our SLPs and are thankful they “presume potential” both in the autistic child and the parents, unlike this host.

It was clear how little experience the host has had with a robust AAC and is very outdated. It is possible to learn a button/picture without needing to do 30 trials a day, not a good reason not to get a device like was recommended. We spearheaded my sons AAC acquisition at 2.5yrs. He’d had 3 signs in 6mo but were done waiting, and sure enough in the first month of his device he had over 100 words. And to address the belief that just because a child can’t select the correct button or picture doesn’t mean they don’t know the correct answer or understand. Much has come out showcasing that nonverbal autistics do understand they might not be able to demonstrate it regularly or on command, again important to presume competence. My biggest recommendation would be to listen to autistic voices, and stories out there, especially those nonverbal autistics, it’ll be very enlightening.
Other podcasts out there have set the bar high , this is one to skip.

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