Correction is something I think everyone asks about when they have a child with a communication problem. The temptation is to do things like say ‘No it’s not this, it’s that’ or ask the child to say it again correctly. This sort of negative correction puts a lot of pressure on the child and can have very negative consequences for their self esteem, confidence and desire to communicate. So how can you help your child get it right? Well, the good news is that there are lots of positive correction strategies that are very effective and, with a little bit of self-monitoring, easy to incorporate into your daily communication with your child.
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