Stepping Stones is a DIR/Floortime®-based play class designed for children ages 18 to 36 months and their parents/caretakers. Stepping Stones offers support and coaching to families as they learn to understand their child’s development and build stronger relations, creating opportunities for engaging and rich communicative interactions. This group is offered in English and Spanish.
Pathways is a group language therapy program designed for children ages 3 to 5 with limited, but emerging, expressive language skills. The goal of Pathways is to help children with autism spectrum disorders generalize skills learned in one-on-one settings to more complex social settings.
Gateways is a group social-language therapy program for children ages 4½ to 6 who communicate in phrases and/or sentences but often have difficulty using their language appropriately in social situations.
Bridges is an integrated occupational therapy and speech pathology group program for children ages 4 to 6 with autism spectrum disorders. Bridges helps children improve social pragmatic interactions with peers.
The Mommy, Daddy & Me program serves children ages 22 to 36 months who have mild to moderate receptive language and any expressive impairment. The parents/caregivers attend entire session for training.
First Step is a small group therapy program for children ages 2 to 3 with expressive language impairments or delays, led by a licensed Speech-Language Pathologist. In this structured group setting, children are exposed to many communicative opportunities in free-play, gross and fine motor play, and snack time to facilitate the development of speech and language skills. This group meets for one-hour twice a week.
Let’s Play is a semi-structured speech therapy playgroup designed for children ages 18-36 months and their families. Let’s Play allows for socially rich language interactions during developmentally appropriate gross and sensory motor play.
StoryTalk is a group program designed to enhance communication and the emerging pre-literary skills of children ages 2.5 years to 6. The literary-based curriculum uses popular children's literature to foster a child's connection to books, reading enjoyment, and readiness to form better sound associations necessary for learning to read. As we talk about the stories, children develop new vocabulary and language concepts, build their grammatical skills, and increase their ability to communicate their ideas.
Gestures with Babies helps to increase communication between you and your child. Parents and children often become frustrated when communication breaks down. In Gestures with Babies, a speech pathologist shows how to use simple gestures/signs to encourage language development and improve parent/child communication.There are two group sessions that run for one hour to one hour and a half. (The first session is with the parent only; the second session is with the parent and child). The class size is limited for optimal group learning and sharing between parents and professionals.
You will learn:
- How to recognize typical milestones of language development
- How using baby signs can improve your child's language skills
- How to teach your child baby signs
- How to recognize when your child is making progress with language milestones
- Speech-Language Pathology
8010 Frost Street, Suite 200
San Diego, CA 92123
- Phone: 858-966-583
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