Month: December 2016

Start 2017 off on the right foot: Defrazzle Time to improve your child’s behaviour and language skills

I’m not one for New Year’s resolutions. But, in 2017, I’m keen to be a better dad, husband and speech pathologist. I also want to share more practical, evidence-based strategies people can use to improve their lives. Over the break,...

/ 31 December 2016

Your right to know: long-term social effects of language disorders

We speech pathologists need to talk more about some of the long-term, negative effects of developmental language disorders. We need to explain why getting help is so important. And not just for late talking toddlers and pre-schoolers. School-age children, older children, teens and...

/ 4 December 2016