Everyone has the potential to communicate
The ability to communicate is a fundamental human right. We acknowledge and nurture each child’s attempts at communications, no matter what form they take. We build on these with the methods that best suit the child. If a child needs help understanding language, we’ll supplement this with visuals or contextual cues. We use a total communication approach.
We aim to develop their ability to communicate whether they use speech, sign language, low tech aids such as objects of reference and communication books, or high tech communication aids such as switches and eye gaze technology.