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We had such a wonderful time presenting our ‘Early Years Communication Development’ seminar to the Bowen Hills Early Learning community. We absolutely loved being able to discuss developmental milestones and red flags with parents and educators, along with having the opportunity to bust myths that can be misleading. Our early years communication development seminar slides will become available for download here, later today. If you attended this seminar and have…
The importance of teeth in speech
What to expect if your child has lost their front teeth prematurely “If your child has lost their front teeth ahead of schedule, while some sounds may be impacted, the overall majority of their speech should be clear”.- Lauren Crumlish https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yoMaPEiVQVk Dentition and Speech Sound Development The topic of dentition (teeth) and speech sound development is a complex one. Often in clinical practice, if a child is presenting with significant…
EP4: Speech, spoken language and understanding (2-3 years)
Welcome to another episode from Speech Pathology The Animated Series. Parents have a lot of questions about their child’s speech, understanding and use of language when their child is 2. How many words should my child have when they are 2? Should they be putting words together? I’m not always confident that my baby understands what I’m saying In this video, we’ll discuss what you should generally expect of your…
Higher Level Language Development
With April Fool’s Day just passing, it’s hard for speech pathologists to not think about the significance of humour. While many people do not necessarily realise, humour is actually a skill that draws upon many language areas. As a result, many children that present with language delays and disorders can have a significant difficulty both understanding and using humour with their peers - and this is essentially because many areas…