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Homework Collective – Afterschool homework + skills

What would it look like if your child was ready and willing to sit down and get homework done? How would it change home time if […]

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School Readiness Collective: A parent & educator evening {15th November}

The parents’ dilemma Is my child ready to start school? We will provide insight to school readiness for YOUR child   Thursday 15th November – 6:30pm […]

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Reading tips at home for your primary school child

Having trouble getting your child engaged in reading? This is not uncommon. But it is something to tackle as early as possible. Why? Because reading is […]

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Evening Collective {13th September }

  Strengthening Communication Skills for Children and Young People  Does your child experience frustration with expressing thoughts or sharing stories? Is your child struggling to sequence […]

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Teddy Bears’ Picnic @ Sydney Therapy & Co.

  Teddy Bear Picnics are a great way to meet new friends and to have fun with your best friend. Through songs, stories and play parents […]

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High School sessions – what do they involve?

  Ever wondered what really goes on in those mysterious speech and language high school sessions? And is your high schooler providing you with one or […]

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Some secrets to our writing workshop

The holiday program uses elements from the Seven Steps to Writing Program, as well as unique and specific language/literacy approaches developed by the clinicians at Sydney […]

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Parent Evening Collective {22nd March}

Utilising the skills we use with our clients, we want to equip parents to use this knowledge to raise young people with the right tools. Does […]

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Step up to Writing & Responding {18th-20th April}

How does your young person approach writing planning  ? Do you have a reluctant writer? Does your child need a new level of confidence? Skills in […]

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Homework Collective – Afterschool homework + skills

What if you child was keen and ready to sit down and get homework done? How would it change their time if they could learn skills […]

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Meet & Greet with our team – skills for literacy

As speech pathologists and occupational therapists working in the field of literacy, we are passionate about seeing kids begin school with the right skills and development […]

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Welcome to Georgia – Occupational Therapist

Term one is off to a great start! We have some new team members!

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Life Skill Programs

Students also develop the self-understanding about why, where, when and how to use these strategies in their academic work.

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What are Life Skill goals?

As a Speech Language Pathologist our vision is to see students equipped in their own learning to better prepare for school life and beyond.

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Literacy Goals

Early –preliteracy book skills are essential in building awareness as language skills start to develop.

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Language Goals

Our aim is to provide functional goals, this means for Little Ones through to Young People.

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Literacy Concerns

We know that early literacy skills positively relate to later learning skills and acquiring pre-literacy knowledge.

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Speech Sounds

When should my child say the sounds?! Children are not expected to master all phonemes (or sounds) as soon as they begin talking. All children have some errors as their speech develops.

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Social Language

Social communication skills include initiating and maintaining conversations, requesting and providing information. We make judgements about what different people are thinking and feeling and modifying communication for different people and places.

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Narrative Skills

Why Narrative skills? As Speech Pathologists we are interested in all skills related to communication! Stories include the ability to use and understand language.

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Auditory Memory

Many children have good memories for events, which may have happened, or people they met along time a go but may have difficulties in remembering the details of what they have heard or seen moments before.

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