**UPDATE** This download now also contains a PowerPoint file that allows you to change the text of the handouts to meet your specific setting's needs. Simply open the PowerPoint document, click in the text box you want to change, and make the change. NOTE: The text of the headings, the formatting, and the layout of the document are NOT editable.
Initial evaluations and IEPs are stressful, especially for a parent experiencing the process for the first time. It's especially confusing for them when their child is diagnosed with something they have probably never even heard of: a Language Disorder. Many parents ask the same questions: What is a Language Disorder? How will this affect my child? What will you do during therapy? What can I do at home to help my child?
Enter Parent Handouts for SLPs: Language Disorder edition! This professional handout is specifically designed to help you easily and thoroughly answer the most common questions about Language Disorders. Simply print and go! Get your copy now and impress parents and coworkers with your preparedness and professionalism during your next IEP meeting!
Pages 1: Cover
Pages 2-6: A professional handout defining and explaining Language Disorders in lay-man's terms. This document answers the following questions:
- What is a Language Disorder?
- Signs of a Receptive and Expressive Language Disorder
- What will the Speech Therapist do for my child?
- What can I do at home to help my child?
There are a total of four pages of suggestions for activities that parents can do to help their child at home: two pages for younger children, and two pages for older children.
Page 7: TOU
Page 8: Credits
Page 9: Links to other popular products
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