We’ve published heaps of free information about child communication delays and problems. But who can be bothered trawling through a website? So 1990s.
Here are direct, free links to 33 of our most popular information sheets and articles. All in one convenient place.
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1. Child Speech:
- Child speech
- The age by which children normally learn different speech sounds
- 10 common speech error patterns of 3-5 year olds – and when should you be concerned
- Childhood Apraxia of Speech
- What’s the difference between speech and language?
2. Child Language:
- Child Language 101
- What words should I teach first?
- Child language risk factors
- Principles we follow when assessing a toddler’s language
- Do kids learn how to string sentences together by listening to baby talk?
- Expressive language article – syntax and past tense
- Receptive language article – why can’t my child understand what others are saying?
- Beyond school readiness – early signs of language delay in school-aged children
- Language problem or English as a second language issue?
- Alternative communication options for children: not a last resort
- Social Skills (pragmatics)
3. Child Voice:
4. Child Stuttering:
6. Child Assessments (generally):
7. Evidence-based treatments and therapy (generally):
Thanks for reading. Do drop us a line if you have any comments or questions, or want more information about any aspect of your child’s communication development.
Banter Speech & Language is owned and managed by David Kinnane, a Hanen- and LSVT LOUD-certified speech-language pathologist with post-graduate training in the Spalding Method for literacy, the Lidcombe and Camperdown Programs for stuttering, and Voicecraft for voice disorders. David is also a Certified PESL Instructor for accent modification.
David holds a Master of Speech Language Pathology from the University of Sydney, where he was a Dean’s Scholar. David is a Practising Member of Speech Pathology Australia and a Certified Practising Speech Pathologist (CPSP).