Your child’s screen time habits – don’t get so defensive!
I have been a Speech Pathologist for over 18 years; and the question I have NEEDED to ask parents more than ever, is “How much screen time does your child…View Post
Build the blocks for learning to spell, read and write
Wondering how you can help prepare your preschooler to learn how to read, spell and write? Ensuring your child has good speech and language skills is important. Also of critical…View Post
Maintaining one culture whilst living in another
Top tips for passing on your homeland language and culture onto your children. For those of you born and raised, speaking only English – could you imagine if you and…View Post
Rearing Resilience: How do we help children “bounce back” from life’s setbacks?
This is such an important life skill – managing the stresses of everyday; the larger stresses that life can bring, and learning how to move on from these setbacks. Resilience…View Post
People cannot understand my child?!
You may be a parent who finds themselves constantly translating to others, what your child is saying. Should you be concerned? Your child may be getting frustrated at not being…View Post
Communication: What to expect from Birth to 12 months
Communication development in the first twelve months is always exciting, as you experience your little one becoming more and more responsive as each month rolls around. So what can you…View Post