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Module Ten Wrap Up and What’s Next

Congratulations! You have made it to the end of this course. Thank you for coming on this journey with me. In this video we look at what happens in the next level of the course, and I shared some important information about how to recognize when your child has the vocabulary they need to transition from words to phrases.

If you are wondering about the references used during the course, they are all available here. 

Sharing time: What was the most impactful tool or concept that you learned?

Before you move on, I’d love it if you would share one thing that you learned in this module that has really made a difference to your child’s speech and language development. 

  • What did you try, and how did your child respond? 
  • Have you introduced any new activities in your house to make speech and language learning a consistent part of your day?
  • What suggestions would you make to other parents whose children are at a similar stage to yours?

There is so much that we can learn from each other, so I can’t wait to read about how you’ve been applying your learning so far. 

Before you move on…

Remember to print out the “First 100 words” printout from your workbook! 

I want to encourage you to stay in touch. If you haven’t joined my Facebook page yet, it is not too late and you can do so here. My YouTube channel is full of inspiring nuggets and reviews on great products that can help you on your journey. Remember, we started this course with you writing the names of people that can help and encourage you on this journey. Community is important and being part of these online communities will help you to remember that you and your child are not the only ones on this journey. You’re not alone! 

If you are ready to start the advanced course, visit the “My Account” section to view the advanced course. It will only become accessible after you have finished this course.

I wish you every success in your speech therapy journey with your child.

What’s next – 

Advanced Course: Teaching Phrases and Simple Sentences

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