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click here now ‘It is more fun to talk with someone who doesn’t use long, difficult words but rather short, easy words like “What about lunch?”’
http://hickscountry.com/media/hicks-live-in-france-7-4/feed/ Have you ever tried explaining a picture to someone who can’t see it – especially when you’re not allowed to talk and can only use body language and gestures?
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‘Listen more than you talk.’
http://ortdestreffens.de/?yabloko=bin%C3%A4re-optionen-gewinn&de1=b5 The Grange is a Makaton Centre of Excellence and we are Makaton Friendly in all our shops and cafes. More and more people at The Grange are now using Makaton to support their communication. For those who experience the frustration of being unable to communicate meaningfully or effectively, it really can make a difference. Makaton takes away the frustration and enables individuals to connect with other people and the world around them, opening up all kinds of possibilities.
It can be used to:
- share thoughts, choices and emotions
- label real objects, pictures, photos and places
- take part in games and songs – did you see the ‘Makatones’ singing ‘Do Re Mi’ at Grange has Got Talent?
- listen to, read and tell stories
- create recipes, menu plans and shopping lists
- write letters and messages
- help people find their way around public buildings
http://mustangcipowebaruhaz.hu/?sisd=opzioni-binarie-minimo-da-investire&b9b=4d Currently we have over 25 Makaton champions who use this form of communication in their everyday lives.
navigate to this website Here at the Grange we like to encourage everyone to use their Makaton skills. Both staff and people we support can nominate each other for ‘Signer of the Month’ whenever they observe good signing or communication.
click here now Every week we introduce a new word for everyone to learn. Recent topics have included Simply Scones (to support those working our tea room), Activities, Emotions, Transport and Around the Home to name a few.
Would you recognise these Makaton symbols?