Play-based speech therapy follows and uses the natural inclination of children to engage in play activities as a therapeutic tool. Find out about neurodiversity affirming Speech Therapy in this post.
In this blog I explain why parents should peak all languages at home with their child(ren) in a bilingual or multilingual household.
As a Speech and Language Therapist I can offer a multitude of ways to communicate to non-verbal or minimally verbal children.
Check this blog on my work with non-verbal children.
Let’s have a look into the fascinating realm of Autism and explore why some autistic children might crawl, walk, and talk later, shedding light on the underlying factors contributing to this unique way of developing.
Let’s look how we can fold the speech and language therapy goals into daily life, rather than having an “extra” thing to do at the end of a busy day.
I talk about some concerns of SLTs, parents and autistic adults who explain to us how this communication method did not really work so well and why.
Discover how you can empower non-speaking children through Augmentative and Alternative Communication core boards
In Speech and Language Therapy, connecting with a child is about fostering a meaningful relationship that unlocks the potential for effective communication.
In this blog we look at verbal dyspraxia and how Speech and Language Therapy can support children to make great progress. Read it to build your knowledge and enable your child to have their voice heard.
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.