We all use our voices in many different ways every day. We use our voice to talk to each other about everyday things and to connect with our friends and families in a range of ways. Over the last year, much of this connection might have been (and continues to be) via video or phone calls but it is still just as important (if not more so) than ever.
Children and dogs make great friends. Dogs can teach children about empathy, responsibility and can also support their self-esteem. There are also lots of opportunities to develop your child’s language …
The RCSLT 75 theme for June is Service Users. The term service user broadly covers the individuals accessing a health care service. Speech and Language Therapists work with a range …
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Hearing your child’s first words is an exciting and often much anticipated experience. Typically, children will have said their first word when they are around 12 months old.
2020 is an exciting year for Speech and Language Therapy as the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists (RCSLT) celebrate their 75th anniversary.
As part of this, they have launched a set of 12 themes, January kicks off the celebration with the theme of FIRSTS.
October is Selective Mutism Awareness Month. Selective Mutism (SM) is a phobia of talking.