MRS POP-INS Video Coaching
Have a look through our suite of video resources created for families we support. Designed with consideration of problems real parents and guardians experience, we hope that you will find some useful information below.
Videos in this section:
Listening and Attention Skills
Attention and listening skills are key components for learning language and therefore are important for language development to occur.
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Positive Adult and Child Interaction
The quality of interaction between an adult and a child can significantly influence a child’s opportunities to communicate and therefore positive engagement can help encourage language development.
Developing Vocabulary and ‘Information Carrying Words’
Within any sentence only certain words are vital for getting the meaning or instruction across to a child. These are called “Information Carrying Words”. They play a role in developing vocabulary and are used in everyday activities.
A social story is a short description of of a particular event or situation a child may encounter, it can be based on a situation they may find difficult.
Visual supports are a communication tool that can be used in many situations and can frequently be adapted to suit the needs of the child at any given time.
For some children a structure free environment can be particularly difficult and may benefit from a framework using a visual timetable or visual cues.
Social or ‘pragmatic’ skills are the skills we use to communicate and interact with other people in play, conversation and to develop friendships.
Supporting Language Development at Home
Parents and carers play an essential role in the development of their children’s speech and language skills. Supporting speech, language and communication begins at home.
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