Learning about Colours

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One basic concept we take for granted each day is knowing the colours and shapes of the objects in the…

Conversation Rules to Remember

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In my therapy sessions, I like to talk about four key conversation rules that help children when teaching about conversation…

Why does my child repeat what I say?

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Many children repeat the words and sentences of others when they are learning language skills. This is part of typical child…

Talking about prepositions!

Prepositions are the words we use to describe where something is located – think words like “off, on, under, above,…

Speech Therapy – How do we start?

Many families and children coming to our clinic have concerns regarding their child’s speech sounds. At our initial consultation with…

What is SOS?

SOS stands for Sequential Oral Sensory and is an approach towards feeding assessment and intervention that is designed to address…

What is AAC?

AAC is short for Augmentative and Alternative Communication  Augmentative – something that supplements speech  Alternative – something to use instead…

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…

Lost your voice?

Have you ever had a big day at work or been to a concert where you have nearly or completely…
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