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13 Nov 2020

Ask a Speechie: My child REALLY doesn’t want to practice their tricky speech sounds at home. What should I do? 

Reading or repeating words, phrases or sentence from a list every day can become boring very quickly...Read More

28 Oct 2020

Ask A Psychologist: What is Bibliotherapy?

Our Psychologist Lisa Jones answers... Bibliotherapy, or reading therapy, is the proce...Read More

26 Oct 2020

The Power of Pets

This article is written by our Speech Pathologist Genevieve Ward. “Can Lincoln come and liste...Read More

26 Oct 2020

Ask a Speechie: Do Social Skills come under the scope of practice for Speech Pathologists?

This question is answered by our Speech Pathologist Alexandra Crea. Social skills are an area ...Read More

28 Sep 2020

What if I don’t have the games at home that we use with our Speech Pathologist?

Speech Pathologist Bridgette Mulhern answers this question in our Ask A Speechie series. Spe...Read More

28 Sep 2020

How can I help my child through anxiety during uncertain times?

Psychologist Lisa Jones answers this question in our Ask A Psychologist series. Anxiety is c...Read More

21 Sep 2020

Why slow and steady wins the race – especially with reading!

Written by Speech Pathologist Alexandra Crea Awards should be given to parents who have added ...Read More

31 Aug 2020

Comprehensive Multidisciplinary Feeding Assessments

Now available via Telehealth! Do you have a child who is a fussy eater? You are&nb...Read More

31 Aug 2020

Featured Resource: The humble washing basket!

Written by Senior Speech Pathologist Kate Down Working from home and conducting sessions via tel...Read More

31 Aug 2020

Home Practice: regular, short, fun!

Written by Senior Speech Pathologist Liselle Grant. As part of a family-centred approach, Spee...Read More

13 Jul 2020

Featured Resource – Mr. Potato Head!

Mr. Potato Head is a fun and exciting game that many of us will remember from our own childhoo...Read More

08 Jul 2020

How to foster your child’s emotional security during challenging times

I want my child to still feel connected to their extended family and friends even in times of iso...Read More