Group Therapy*
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From the time we are born to the time we pass on, we use sounds and words to interact. Sounds like a snort, a giggle, a sigh all eloquently convey meaning. Similarly, non-verbal language like an eye roll, a shrug, a smile allow us to express our feelings.

 

Speech sounds make words that make sentences that make stories that teach us about our world. Each word contains imagery, experience, taste, texture and so much more....

 

At the highest levels, words can inspire, soothe, change our attitudes and transform us.

 

Language therapy teaches our children to interact with peers while expanding vocabulary, grammar and the social use of language. While these skills must continue to develop as our children grow and expectations increase, the greatest discovery is the love for words and languages and watching how words invite our children to be curious about the world around them.

* Assessment is required prior to placement.

  Children are placed according to language abilities rather than chronological ages.

 

Find out more:

 

Language Disorder VS Developmental Language Disorder (DLD)

 

Autism and Language Disorder

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Chatterbugs™

 

For children spontaneously speaking in phrases and short sentences.
Each session lasts 1 hour with an update towards the end of each session.

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Yak Attack™

 

For children spontaneously speaking in sentences who can be off-topic or use
words inappropriately. Each session lasts 1 hour with an update towards the end of each session.

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Chit Chat Mania™

 

For children accessing mainstream curriculum; including children attending
Pathlight School and those without formal diagnoses. Each session lasts 1.5 hours. Updates take place at the end of each term.

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Lego Club

 

Pioneered by neuropsychologist, Dr Daniel LeGoff, LEGO is used as a tool to encourage high level play, conversation and social skills. LEGO play is universal
and widely recognised as toys as well as art forms. LEGO is visually appealing while requiring strong fine motor skills, hand strength, visual-spatial and analytical skills. Each session lasts 1.5 hours. Updates take place at the end of each term.