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The Power of Silence

Silence in speech therapy might seem ironic. How can you work on speech and language whilst NOT speaking? While modelling language and expanding on a child’s utterances are both [...]

The Language of LEGO

LEGO® has been a crowd favorite toy for decades. It is a fantastic activity for children, teens and even adults! It sparks creativity, imagination and keeps our minds busy [...]

Psychological Assessments: What, Why and How?

If you’ve seen a Psychologist, then you’ve probably completed at least one assessment. There’s a wide variety of reasons why assessments are completed and the way in which they [...]

Establishing a good routine!

Routines are part of everyday life, whether we know it or not. We wake up, have breakfast, some of us have coffee or do exercise, we get dressed, go [...]

Literacy In the First Year of School

Before even beginning kindergarten, children have already had exposure to many different literacy experiences. These includes things such as tracing their name at preschool, having a book read to [...]

Gratitude and Mental Health

With World Gratitude Day occurring recently in September and it currently being Mental Health Month, we thought it would be worthwhile exploring and explaining the link between gratitude and [...]

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