Hand Dominance

Hand Dominance

Occupational Therapist Erin explains when you should begin to see your child establishing hand dominance and common reasons why they might not be showing consistency. She also offers activities and exercises to help work on your child’s hand strength, crossing...
Decontextualized Language for Preschoolers

Decontextualized Language for Preschoolers

Laura Strenk, a Speech-Language Pathologist here at Emerge, explains what decontextualized language is and four major ways you can help support your child’s learning and language skills. These language skills are very important for school readiness and future...
Building Language Skills with Picture Books

Building Language Skills with Picture Books

SLP Natalie describes how parents and caregivers can use picture books to help build their child’s language skills. She demonstrates how to go beyond the words on the page to help expand utterances and create a shared experience between child and caregiver. For...
Language Games

Language Games

Join our Clinical Director of speech and language therapy, Kelly Goad, as she gives ideas and language games to help expand your child’s language skills. If you’ve been looking to add to your game collection, we have links and resources for you, as well as...
Reading Comprehension

Reading Comprehension

Join our Orton-Gillingham-trained speech-language pathologist, Taylor, as she answers some important questions about reading comprehension and giving evidence-based strategies to support your learners increase reading comprehension at...