In this blog post we explore strategies to support children with eating difficulties, where the cause is NOT a swallowing problem, but we are having a “fussy eater” in the family, seemingly for no obvious reason.
In this post I give examples how to incorporate all speech and language therapy practice into children’s daily activities. I am hoping it will come in handy, especially for the summer holidays.
In this blog post we give ten tips on how to help children and families living with verbal dyspraxia.
Look to see what exciting ideas we’ve thought about for the holidays: easy to implement activities that can be adapted to your child’s age and stage of development.
Have a look at this blog post where we take you through good reasons why you shouldn’t ignore Speech and Language Therapy sessions this summer.
We can learn such a lot about our children’s communication skills through child-led play. Read more about its importance in this blog post.
Many parents who come to the clinic voice concerns about their child’s “speech”. We guide you through some of the most frequently asked questions.
Read on to find out more about lisps, how you can support your child’s speech development and top tips from Sonja (an experienced Speech and Language Therapist).
Read Sonja’s latest blog on hearing the difference between sounds to develop speech sounds production. Check her top tips.
We look at how you can support your autistic child’s literacy skills and how together we can provide a scaffold to them becoming independent learners.
Let’s help your child with speech and language difficulties gain confidence, increase their participation in school and fully engage with their peers.
Are you a parent of a child with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND)? In this post see how I can help you.