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Love the Sound of Your Own Voice?

Love the Sound of Your Own Voice?

If your eyesight was taken away, how would you identify people? Listen for their voice! We recognise people by hearing their voice. Every human has a different voice and whether we know it or not- the voice is major marker of identity for everyone. We gain insight,...
SPEECH PATHOLOGY WEEK 2016

SPEECH PATHOLOGY WEEK 2016

HAPPY SPEECH PATHOLOGY WEEK! 7-13TH AUGUST 2016 This is the one week in the year that we get to toot our own horns! We love being speech pathologists and we love to celebrate our roles every year. We think being a speech pathologist is one of the best jobs someone...
Learning To Be Social

Learning To Be Social

Johnny doesn’t want to share, Jessica doesn’t cope with losing, Jack won’t say hello to people, Sarah likes to boss other kids around, Hunter has started being cheeky and saying no…. The list can go on and on. Every parent can relate to these issues, and what do these...
My Child’s Starting High School Next Year!

My Child’s Starting High School Next Year!

HIGH SCHOOL READINESS Moving from year 6 to year 7 is a big step for soon-to-be-teenagers. They move from being a big fish in a little pond, to being a little fish in a big pond. There are many basic skills that they need to have under their belt, as well as academic...
Making Sense of Sounds: Phonemic Awareness

Making Sense of Sounds: Phonemic Awareness

For parents who have children aged 4-5 years- starting school next year is right around the corner. We are already at the end of May and the next 7 months will be here before we know it! Most schools are taking enrolments and already conducting interviews for kindy’s...
May is Apraxia Awareness Month!

May is Apraxia Awareness Month!

MAY IS APRAXIA AWARENESS MONTH! Most people have never heard of Apraxia, let alone know much about it. The term that is used most frequently for children is Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS). Adults can also present with Apraxia or Dyspraxia, this can happen often...