Speech and Language Handouts - Second Edition, Complete Kit  

Speech and Language Handouts

English Version • 25 Sheets per pad
This is a collection of illustrated tear-off sheets that clinicians, physicians, speech pathologists, pediatricians, and others can give to parents who are concerned about their child's speech and language development. Each 6" x 9" tear-off pad has 25 identical sheets addressing one of the 19 different topics. Professionals can give one sheet at a time to parents who need minor help with their child’s speech development.

Cena: 150 zł

Nine of the handouts in the series list typical milestones in the speech and language development of children from the ages of 6 months to 6 years. Also listed are ways that parents can stimulate their infant's or child's speech and language. Six handouts are concerned with children's speech problems and how parents can help, such as "How to Increase Your Child's Vocabulary" and "If You Think Your Child Stutters." Three other handouts provide guidelines to (a) help determine if a child's hearing is normal and recommend ways to help the child listen better and (b) to prevent hearing loss. A final handout tells parents how to read better to their child and how to choose a good book.


Complete ENGLISH Kit:

  • An informative Resource Guide
  • Handouts of the 6-12 month-old (#10371)
  • Handouts of the 12-17 month-old (#10372)
  • Handouts of the 18 month-old (#10373)
  • Handouts of the 2 year-old (#10374)
  • Handouts of the 2.5 year-old (#10375)
  • Handouts of the 3 year-old (#10376)
  • Handouts of the 4 year-old (#10377)
  • Handouts of the 5 year-old (#10378)
  • Handouts of the 6 year-old (#10379)
  • How to Help Your Child Develop Pragmatic Language Skills (#10381)
  • How to Help Your Child Listen (#10382)
  • How to Help Your Child Prevent Hearing Loss From Noise Exposure (#10383)
  • How to Increase Your Child's Vocabulary (#10384)
  • How to Keep Your Child's Voice Healthy (#10385)
  • How to Teach Your Child Early Writing Skills (#10386)
  • If You Think Your Child Has a Speech Problem (#10387)
  • If You Think Your Child Stutters (#10388)
  • Reading to Your Child (#10389)
  • If You Think Your Child Has Hearing Loss (#10390)