Thursday, August 8, 2013

The Parent as the Teacher

The Parent as the Teacher - one of the main premises in Auditory-Verbal Therapy

One of the main cornerstones of the Auditory-Verbal approach is that parents are their child’s primary listening and language models or teachers. Parents who are guided by their Auditory-Verbal Therapist during  weekly sessions can then effectively target goals throughout daily activities and in natural interactions with their child. 

Click HERE for some suggestions for parents to incorporate language learning into their daily routines in an article written by Melissa Chaikof  of  Cochlear Implant Online.
Listening and Learning at the Ice Cream Shop

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