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Do you want to R.O.C.K. out social communication difficulties in your child? Teaching your child ‘More Than Words’ may be the answer. Find out more on our blog. http://ow.ly/4nc9V2

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Do you know the signs of social communication difficulties? We explore how these difficulties may be present in children or adults with or without autism, and discuss a team treatment approach. http://ow.ly/4mRzEz

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How have you communicated today? It likely involved more than just words. We talk about the different forms of communication on our blog, and how therapy can help develop and improve communication skills. http://ow.ly/10A3HJ

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Fine motor skills may seem like second nature, but did you know there are activities to help young children learn and develop these skills more effectively? We explain fine motor skills in this blog post and share some activities you can start using today with your child. http://ow.ly/ZTeZR

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Encouraging your baby to engage, interact and enjoy the company of others can be practical, natural and fun. We share tips and show examples in part three of our video series on joint attention. Tell us: how do you encourage your baby to interact with you? http://ow.ly/ZO0uC

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Has your child mastered the art of imitation? In part three of our imitation video series, we offer new ways to further improve your child’s ability to copy and learn from others. And they’re fun, too! http://ow.ly/ZdbLa

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Did you know children with speech-sound delays often make better progress in speech therapy when they see how a sound is made, and hear and feel how it is produced? This tactile approach to speech therapy is called PROMPT. Our therapist, Carol Marisette, explains why it’s so effective here. http://ow.ly/Z1EFF

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Encouraging your child to imitate your actions, gestures and words will help with language development and social learning. In part two of our imitation video series, we describe and demonstrate fun and natural ways to help your child copy and learn from others. http://ow.ly/YWc5D

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Mobility, cognitive awareness, community support and more: there are many ways an occupational therapist can help seniors live better in their home. Find out how. http://ow.ly/YKsLZ

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Did you know that teaching your child cause and effect will help to develop his or her early communication and cognition skills? We explain why and share some tips in this video. http://ow.ly/YEGhp
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