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Communication in a Mask

With many children returning to in-person school, we’ve put together ┬áthese tips for caregivers and teachers supporting kids’ successful communication when masked. These ideas could be practiced at home while wearing a mask in short, low-stress family activities or role plays (e.g., playing a board game together).

A PDF version can be downloaded here.

Here are some examples of exaggerated eye movements for emotional facial expressions paired with appropriate gestures. These help illustrate more plainly how someone is feeling so children can readily understand.

September 15th, 2020|

Our New Logo

After 25 years of helping children become better communicators, we are excited to formally announce our redesigned logo. This design affirms our commitment to families and to our clinicians.

February 15th, 2019|
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