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Language with Dress-Ups

I have fond memories of spending my school holidays and weekends diving into my dress up box as a kid. From putting on my Mum’s heels to wearing different hats…

Client Story: Evan

We asked Evan’s family “What does AAC mean to Evan and your family?” This is what they responded with… Just before Evan turned 4 years old we started out with…

Playdough: Modelling Language

Tips & Tricks
Children learn through listening and interacting with others. Modelling language during play creates a rich environment in which a child’s communication skills can build. We model through demonstrating ourselves the language we would like the child…

Conversation Rules to Remember

In my therapy sessions, I like to talk about four key conversation rules that help children when teaching about conversation skills. Talk to a person – maintain eye contact, look…

Language with Arts and Craft

Tips & Tricks
Arts and Crafts is a great way to not only get into the school holiday spirit but to also build your child’s language. Simply look online for a visual sequence…

Team Adventures: Fancy Dinners

Team & Culture
We love wining and dining, especially when we have an excuse to dress up together! To celebrate the end a challenging yet successful quarter, a fine dining experience at an…

Team Adventures: Llama Farm

Team & Culture
At the clinic, one of our values is #keepitfun. We not only have tons of fun with our clients and their families (think dance parties, games, dress ups and slime),…

What can I expect in early language therapy?

Early language therapy is usually aimed at young children (i.e. infant, toddlers, pre-schoolers) who have difficulty communicating and interacting (e.g. no first words by 12 months of age, unable to verbally answer simple what/where questions at 2…

What’s a Developmental Delay?

Parent Support
I love working at Eat Speak Learn. What I love the most is working with toddlers and pre-schoolers who are still learning to talk, are having trouble putting sentences together…