Talking Matters Blog

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Making speech practice fun

Here are some activities to help your child practice their target speech sounds. Use the articulation pictures provided by your speech pathologist with these activities. Go to full post

Strategies for students with language difficulties

Students with language difficulties can benefit from support to help them communicate and learn at home and school.   A formal language assessment by a qualified and experienced speech pathologist will provide specific… Go to full post

Developing communication skills in school aged children

When children start school their language skills still continue to develop and the stronger their language skills are, the better they will progress, especially with subjects such as reading, writing and spelling. Go to full post

Why do services cost what they do?

Sometimes people wonder why speech pathology, occupational therapy and other allied health services cost as much as they do.  The hourly rates cover many costs in providing the service beyond just wages which we will ex… Go to full post

Pretend play

Children have an in-built need to play which begins when they are babies. Play is vital for developing language, thinking, motor skills and social skills. As children grow and develop the type of play they enjoy changes … Go to full post

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