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Developed by experienced early childhood educators and language specialists, these resources are designed to support your existing early intervention program.
Auslan Storytime is aimed at children who sign or are learning to sign who enjoy having stories told to them in Auslan.
The RIDBC Auslan Tutor is a portable video-based Australian Sign Language (Auslan) teaching resource developed specifically mobile devices.
This Australian based app focuses on sounds heard in Australia, such as animals and safety sounds but also includes objects known anywhere.
Signs and Sounds has been developed to assist those who are learning Auslan and serves as an additional resource to apps such as Auslan Tutor.
Full of animated interactive games to encourage development of listening and language skills, Five Little Monkeys is a highly interactive learning experience.
The second in a series of apps developed by RIDBC, Row Row Row Your Boat is full of playful dialogue and fun animal noises.
I’m a Dingle Dangle Scarecrow is full of wonderful educational ideas, animated interactive games, and engaging sounds.
Teach your child the lyrics to Old MacDonald and related songs to help them develop their speech and language skills.
Dress Incy Wincy Spider and develop your child’s listening and language skills!
RIDBC Teleschool has led the way in the provision of service delivery by telepractice. The model of telepractice used by RIDBC is described here.
The Ling 6 Sound Test is a quick and easy listening check that was developed by Dr. Daniel Ling.
This book is a small sample of the many ways you can help to develop your child’s emerging language and cognition skills.