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If you have ever had a question about your child’s communication skills, you have most likely encountered some of (if not all of) the following responses… “Don’t worry, boys talk later than girls” “It’s normal to be slower when learning two languages” “They are fine. Every child develops...

When you have questions or concerns about your child’s communication development it can be hard to know where to turn. Conflicting information and advice may be coming at you from all angles. Doctors, child and family health nurses, teachers, books, the internet and of course well...

It's Speech Pathology Week (23-29 August, 2015) and this years’ theme is Talk with me. Every day more than 1.1 million Australians have difficulty communicating. A recent Senate Inquiry highlighted that communication disorders are more prevalent or on-par with the number of people with diabetes and three...

Following instructions is something we do everyday. When we are at home we might hear, “Can you get some bread and milk today?”, at work we may be told, “I need you to meet with the team to go over this proposal and then call...