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Phonological Processes

Phonowodital Pwocesses Dey tant be as twicky as you tink! What are they? Some big words to mean patterns of errors children make when learning to speak, to make speaking easier. These errors reflect a difficulty in

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Vocal Hygiene

Vocal Abuse Voice misuse/vocal abuse is vocal behaviours leading to traumatic tissue changes of the vocal folds. Our voice is generated from the vibrations of the vocal folds. The vibrations which move these folds is powered by

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What is Joint Attention?

By Hayley Tippets While playing with a baby, you press the button on a pop-up box, the baby looks at the box with delight, giggles and looks back at you, such as to suggest, “that was exciting,

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Raising Bilingual Children

By Stephanie Der Children are born with the capacity to learn the language(s) that they are exposed to. They are able to attend to the different speech sounds they hear around them, and learn to produce these

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I just want him to say Mum

by Kylie Ward | Aug 2020 When a child has speech, language or other developmental delays, often one of the first things we hear from parents is ‘I just want him to say Mum (or Dad)’. It’s

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What is AAC?

When you hear the term “communication”, most people immediately think of the words we say in conversation or on the phone, or what we read in books or through technology. But what about those of us who

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