Listening involves more than just “hearing” sounds or words with our ears. It requires a listener to use other parts of his/her body. Children are often asked to “listen” but they may have never been told or shown exactly how to this. To make listening more concrete and teachable, Speech-Language Pathologist, Susanne Poulette Truesdale, came up with a concept known as “whole body listening.” Please read more about it here- Whole Body Listening- Social Thinking Article
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