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Top tips for making photo visuals

Choosing the right type of visual Many children use visuals to assist their communication and understanding of events. The first step in making and providing

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Easter and Language Learning

Easter and Language Learning Easter is an exciting holiday for many children (and adults too!) While every family celebrates the occasion in its own unique

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Social Skills for Kids – Group Therapy

Social Skills for Kids – Group Therapy   Playing and Learning to Socialise (PALS) Group Social Skills Program for Preschool Aged Children The program is

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Choice Making

Teaching your child to make a choice Choice making is an early skill that your child learns which helps them become more independent and can

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Red Flags for Autism

Children’s speech and language development generally follows a set pattern, although there is room for individual variability within this pattern. Reviewing your child’s communication skills,

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Does your child know their colours?

Activities to teach your child colours One of the common concerns that parent’s often share with us is that their child is having trouble learning

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Does your child make requests?

The mistake parent’s make? When you are the parent of an infant you learn to anticipate your child’s needs because they are unable to communicate

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Heads, shoulders, knees and toes…

Heads, Shoulders, Knees and Toes… Arms, legs, tummy and nose… Forehead, eyebrow, wrist and elbow… Teaching children to identify and name their body parts can

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Is my child a “late talker?”

I recently took part in a webinar hosted by Speech Pathology Australia and presented by Patricia Eadie called “Developmental Pathways to Language Competence & Language

When will my child talk?

  A question we get asked all the time by parents is “when will my child talk?” Unfortunately we can’t give you a magic number,

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