Books, puzzles, memory games, felt/magnetic picture boards and so on can make it easier to structure conversations, so may be especially useful in the beginning stages of therapy. Lego/Duplo, trains, play dough, blocks, cars, dolls etc. can be useful when working towards more unstructured conversations in the clinic.
However, many activities can be manipulated in terms of structure. For example a book or a puzzle can be used for structured or unstructured canadian healthcare online pharmacy reviews conversations. The difference is how the speech-language pathologist guides the conversation (the language used, types of comments and questions made) and how much freedom the child is given in the activity.
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