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Failure- The first step towards success

23rd Jan 2017

Today is the first day of school for 2017 and for many children with learning difficulties this means a return to the failure room, and the anxiety and feelings of worthlessness that comes with it. Almost every child we see with communication and learning difficulties tell us two things- (1......(Read more)

5 Reasons why Language is Key to your child`s Learning

14th Apr 2016

Language refers to your child’s talking. It is their ability to express themselves, and understand what is being said to them verbally. Some common things a mother will hear if their toddler isn’t talking is, “He will talk when he’s ready”, “He’s a boy. He will grow out......(Read more)

Tips to get your Tot Talking

12th Apr 2016

“Mama, Dada.”

These are often the first, and most memorable, words we often hear from our children. By 12 months, most children have said their first word. Though it is not unusual for a child to not be talking by 18 months, either.

As new parents,......(Read more)

We are coming to Longreach!

29th Oct 2014

Due to the overwhelmingly positive response to our Longreach facebook post last month, we are now very excited to confirm that Queensland Speech Pathology Services will be offering an outreach Speech Pathology service in Longreach two and a half consecutive days each month, starting in January 2015! (Read more)

Inclusion in Education - Children with Disability Australia publication

15th Oct 2014

Children with Disability Australia have recently released the paper `Inclusion in Education` - a highly recommended read for any parents of children experiencing disability, and any educators passionate about creating an inclusive learning environment for all children.

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Australian Story - I am Jack

15th Oct 2014

Such an incredible story on Australian Story last week about Jack Rogerson and how early intervention therapies for autism helped him to reach his full potential!  If you missed it you can view it here:

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Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and school readiness

9th Sep 2014

Getting your child with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) ready to start the transition to prep in a new school can be a daunting process.  Education Queensland have published a helpful resource that can be used by parents, teachers and other support staff to ensure that this process is as informative and smooth as possible.

You can access......(Read more)

Visual Charts

21st Jul 2014

Many children arrive at our clinic being told “they can’t maintain attention, they can’t sit still, or they have no interest in learning”. There could be many reasons for this. However, if your child does have difficulties with listening, a simple visual schedule can......(Read more)

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