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Mable's expert clinicians share their views and advice for teachers on the world of children's mental health and communication.

The Impact of Mental Health and Speech and Language Issues on School Attendance

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Support your Child's Development with Joint Attention

You hear a sound in the distance and point as you say "look, a train!", whilst waiting for your child to look and follow your line of focus. When blowing bubbles, you and your..

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School Phobia: A Parents' Guide

We can all relate to the feeling of not wanting to go to school. However, for children with school phobia, their anxiety about school goes far beyond the usual reluctance we’re..

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The BETTS are off - we won! 🏆

Mable Therapy are delighted to announce that we’ve won the 2022 BETT Award for SEND resources, products and services. 🎉 Mable Therapy was doing online therapy before it was cool...

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Help your child have better conversations with their friends

Making and keeping friends is complicated. You need to be able to communicate well with them. If your child has trouble expressing themselves or understanding social cues, they..

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A Teacher's Guide to Supporting Pupils with Auditory Memory Problems

Auditory memory difficulties can have a significant impact on a pupil's education. This is often because auditory memory plays an important role in language processing and other..

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How to Deal with your Child's Tantrums

Tantrums are an ordinary part of a child’s development, but they can leave the most patient parent feeling exhausted. In this article, we run through some tips to keep in mind, to..

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Supporting Speech and Language Development in Bilingual Children

In many parts of the world speaking more than one language is the norm and a pretty essential part of everyday life. It enables a person to communicate with family members in one..

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Helping Your Child to be Body Positive

For many children and young people, how they see themselves, and other people’s perception of them is incredibly important. Their view of self and body image, in particular, can..

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Developing Oracy Skills at Key Stage 2 with Speech Therapy Strategies

This week Minister for school standards Robin Walker acknowledged phonics is crucial to reading development but ‘learning to decode words is just one element of becoming a fluent..

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