Our thoughts: Speech and Language (2)
Perfectionism: A Parents' Guide
Does your child struggle to cope with failure, or get really upset when things don’t go their way? Do they cope at school but have outbursts at home which are difficult to get to..
How to help your child to start talking
You may be wondering why your child is not talking yet. It may make you feel a little concerned but don't worry, some children can take some time before they start speaking,..
Online Speech and Language Therapy: 10 Facts You Need To Know
Online speech and language therapy is a growing field that can be extremely beneficial for children who need speech and language therapy but don't have access to quality services..
10 reasons to consider a speech and language assessment for your child
If your child has difficulty speaking or understanding what is said to them it can be difficult to know what's the best thing to do. But a really good starting point is to have an..
My child mispronounces words – how can I help them?
Speech disorders affect a child’s ability to make themselves understood. Speech and Language Therapists refer to this as their intelligibility. We expect a typically developing..
Cost-Effective Alternative to Traditional Speech and Language Therapy
Online Therapy from Mable is a More Cost-Effective Alternative to Traditional Speech and Language Therapy Budget is often the most crucial factor when deciding how to allocate..
How to make speech and language homework fun
Home exercises for speech and language development can be a great way to help your child get the practice they need to improve their communication skills. Not only will they help..
The connection between language and mental health difficulties
As a Speech and Language Therapist who specialises in working with young people with Social, Emotional and Mental Health issues, I often find my role is intrinsically linked to..
Top tips to help children develop their speech and language at home
Last year was challenging to say the least. Everyone has been affected by the devastating results of the pandemic, including our children.
Helping students with autism return to school
The past year has seen immense changes in how we live our lives, and inevitably these changes have impacted our mental health. For some, this has meant a period of loss and..