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#42 [SpeechyTV] Communicate Every Chance You Can!

#42 [SpeechyTV] Communicate Every Chance You Can!

Are you making the most of every chance your child has to communicate? In this episode I share with you some of the tips my clients use to make sure their child has their iPad with them and ready to talk, no matter where they are. I also share some

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Keep your iPad on and ready to talk when you are

#41 [SpeechyTV] Keep your iPad on and ready to talk all the time

How do you keep your iPad on and ready to talk when you want it? In this episode I share some of the ways that you can use to make sure your child’s iPad is always on and ready to talk when they have something to say! Watch the video

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#40 [Speechy TV] Talking out LOUD – tips for making your child’s iPad easier to hear

#40 [Speechy TV] Talking out LOUD – tips for making your child’s iPad easier to hear

In this episode I share with you some tips that you can use to make your child’s iPad easier to hear, especially when you are in a noisy place. Watch the video to find out more:     Don’t be a secret genius!  Let us know what you have tried

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#39 [Speechy TV] Using an iPad for communication DOES NOT mean you are giving up on speech

#39 [Speechy TV] Using an iPad for communication DOES NOT mean you are giving up on speech

I get asked by a lot of parents if using an iPad for communication will mean their child will never be able to speak.  In fact, using an iPad to help your child communicate can actually help your child develop spoken language.  Watch the video to find out more:  

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#38 [Speechy TV] iPad basics – Extend iPad battery life for all day chatting

#38 [Speechy TV] iPad basics – Extend iPad battery life for all day chatting

In this weeks episode, I share some tips and techniques for extending the battery life on your child’s iPad.  This is especially useful if you have the iPad screen always on, so its ready for a chat whenever you need it.  Watch this video for some tips on getting the

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#37 [Speechy TV] iPad basics – Teach your child how to use an iPad for communication

#37 [Speechy TV] iPad basics – Teach your child how to use an iPad for communication

In this weeks episode, I share some tips and techniques for teaching your child how to interact with the iPad.  These tips are great if your child is still working out how to interact with an iPad, or if they are finding it hard to touch the iPad in the

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#36 [Speechy TV] 3 Reasons NOT to use an iPad to help your child communicate

In this episode  I share 3 reasons why your child should NOT use an iPad to learn to communicate     Have you tried using an iPad to help your child communicate ?  Share the challenges you experienced in the comments below Looking forward to hearing from you, and joining

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#35 [Speechy TV] Will an iPad help your child talk?

#35 [Speechy TV] Will an iPad help your child talk?

In this weeks episode of Speechy TV, I answer a question that I get asked a lot -“Will an iPad help my child talk?”  and I share the truth about using an iPad as a communication device.     Do you use an iPad to help your child communicate?  Let

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#34 [Speechy TV] How to get your child to do more than name things (no matter how they communicate)

In this weeks episode of Speechy TV, I answer a viewer question from Stacey. Stacey’s son does lot of labeling items – using naming words, like nouns. In the video, I share why some children do this, and some strategies you can use to help your child go from naming

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take regular breaks

#33 [Speechy TV] 2 different ways to rest – so you have the energy to enjoy the view

In this episode I share the 2 very different ways my husband and I take rest breaks while bush walking (this video is shot in the stunning – but cold – Cradle Mountain region of Tasmania), and I share how you can use this information to make sure you have

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