Speech Pathologist: Baby Communication Milestones
Speech Pathologist: Baby communication milestones. Development of milestones such as smiles, gazing, crying, laughing and smiling, discriminating sounds
Is mobile phone use effecting baby’s speech?
Is the use of digital technology cutting back the interactions parents have with their babies? Communications Professor Lelia Green believes it could be affecting the important ‘baby talk’ stage of …
Why you should expand your toddler’s vocabulary
Has your toddler started to string words together to make cute little sentences? Here’s why now is the perfect time to expand your toddler’s vocabulary. Any parent of a child …
Did you know that the secret to raising bilingual babies is to start young. Research shows the younger you introduce a second language to your child, the better chance that they will be able to speak it as a native.
Winter themed books with perfectly paired activities
Stuck indoors? Don’t despair, your book collection can be a great inspiration for fun-play and creativity.
5 Things Your Child Develops During Creative Play
What your child develops during creative play. Your child will be developing emotions, developing language skills, developing gross and fine skills during creative play
Speech Milestones: Two Year Olds
Expert Tips: Speech Pathologist, Clare, explains speech milestones age 2 and 3. Including what children should be able to say at those ages.
Expert Advice: Stuttering in Children
Stuttering in children is a disorder that brings both worry and dread to parents. In this expert article, speech therapist Clare Francis lays out all you need to know about understanding, identifying and assisting your child with stuttering.
How your child develops?
The first few years are extremely important in the growth and development of your child. Parents guide their children through these years. These are wonderful times to laugh, play and learn from and with your child. Our early childhood expert, Jan Jones, looks at the four main areas of development and provides some ideas to help aid your child’s development.