Children's Speech, Language and Understanding Animated Video
Speech Pathology The Animated SeriesVideo

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…
Lauren Crumlish
10 April, 2019
Speech Pathology The Animated SeriesVideo

EP3: Speech, spoken language and understanding (1-2 years)

Parents have a lot of questions about their child’s speech, understanding and use of language when their child is 1. Should my baby have words when they are one? When should they start talking? 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 1. Should my baby have words when…
Lauren Crumlish
29 January, 2019
Speech Pathology The Animated SeriesVideo

EP2: Speech, spoken language and understanding (0-12 months)

Episode 2: Speech Pathology The Animated Series™ Parents have a lot of questions about their child’s speech, understanding and language their first 12 months. In this video, we’ll discuss what you should generally expect of your child’s understanding and use of language in their first 12 months. Parents have a lot of questions about their child’s speech, understanding and language their first 12 months. When should my child say their…
Lauren Crumlish
2 January, 2019
Early Intervention Speech Pathologist
Early InterventionSpeech Pathology The Animated SeriesVideo

EP1: The importance of early intervention

A video capturing the vital need for early intervention services for children between 0 and 5 years of age. We are often asked, when is the best age to start with speech therapy? Put simply, earliest is always best. Speech pathologists can complete assessments and treat children from 16 months to 18 years of age. However, there is a very strong evidence base to support early intervention. If we can…
Lauren Crumlish
6 April, 2018

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