By Vince Borg
Tongue thrust is a common behaviour that occurs from infancy to adulthood. Tongue thrust can also be known as reverse swallow and is a behavioural… Read More
What is Tongue Thrust Therapy? Tongue thrust is a common behaviour that occurs from infancy to adulthood. Tongue thrust can also be known as reverse… Read More
There has been much debate around whether there is a link between stuttering and language ability in children. Past research has given us conflicting results:… Read More
Receptive Language Symptoms And Strategies Receptive language refers to the inability of a child to comprehend or understand what is being said to them. Whilst… Read More
The Services Offered At The Box Hill Speech Pathology Clinic The Box Hill Speech Pathology Clinic assists people of all ages, and from all walks… Read More
What Is Apraxia Of Speech? Apraxia of speech is the inability of the brain and muscles to coordinate speech sounds effectively. It’s not just a… Read More
Speech Therapy for Melbourne’s Multicultural Community There are many benefits to living in a multicultural city like Melbourne, but speech therapy can sometimes be required… Read More
Stuttering In Children: Long Term Effects Stuttering is a speech disorder that commonly appears in children between the ages of two and five; although it… Read More
5 Signs You Need A Speech Therapist In Your Life Speech related issues affect anyone from toddlers through to adults.Seeking assistance from a speech therapist… Read More
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By Matt Dillon
Stuttering is a relatively common speech disorder involving interruptions to the normal flow and clarity of speech. Typically, stuttering presents in children under the age… Read More
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