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Speech Therapy -> Intelligibility -> Gestures, Signs, and Facial Cues
Gestures, Signs, and Facial Cues are any movement used in place of a word to communicate a message when unable to expressively say words/sounds (e.g., gesture=pointing, bringing hands together to sign “more” and showing happy versus sad using facial expressions).
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Research has found the development of gestures is a language predictor. From 9-16 months, children should be learning at least two additional gestures per month. Here is a helpful guide of typical ...