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Moving Beyond the "Here and Now": Using Language for Thinking and Learning

To be prepared for school, children need to be able to understand and use a specific kind of language called "decontextualized language" or "language for thinking and learning". Learn more about what this kind of language is and how it sets the stage for academic success.

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What Role Do Parents Play in Early Language Intervention?

If you’re a parent of a child with a language delay, you may be wondering what role, if any, you should play in your child’s early language intervention. Learn about the benefits of being front and centre in your child’s intervention, and how you can work with your child’s speech therapist to provide the greatest possible language support.

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