We are now working from the clinic once again, Though we are continuing to offer Telehealth. Telehealth has in some instances worked more efficiently as a therapy model for some clients. It has also allowed a time saving option for busy parents with not needing to...
As we continue to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic in Australia, we want to continually check our clinic policies and procedures to ensure we are keeping staff and clients as safe as possible.
Keeping our clinic a safe and healthy workplace.
Toddlers / Pre-School
Children between the ages of 1-4 typically develop speech and language skills at a rapid pace but there is great variation of development at this time.
Junior Primary School
Language development continues into the junior levels of school with increasingly expanding skills to enable them to cope with the challenges of acquiring new skills such as reading and writing.
Senior Primary School
Language skills become increasingly important as a child progresses into the senior years of primary school. Learning continues to rely upon the ability to listen and understand spoken language.
By the time a child is ready to commence secondary school he or she will have usually acquired a broad range of complex language skills (both oral and written) that enable them to cope with the curriculum requirements.