Speech & Language: Expressing thoughts, feelings, wants and needs are essential life skills. Help your child express themselves and understand others to ensure future success.

Feeding & Nutrition: Picky eating and feeding problems are stressful for children and parents alike. Find out how to make mealtimes more successful and enjoyable for everyone.

Play & Social Skills: Children need skills to relate to others and experience the joys of friendship. Learn how to encourage your child's play, listening, attention and social skills to develop.

Literacy & Learning: Reading and writing difficulties are common, but often preventable. There are things you can do right now that will help your child achieve their own unique potential.

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When your child is having difficulty communicating or eating, you know it is holding them back. As a parent, finding advice and information you can trust can be overwhelming and confusing.  You just want your child to learn, grow and be happy so they can be their best self.

Speech Parent helps you get the best possible outcome for your child from the investment you make in speech and feeding therapy. We provide the support and advice you need to help your child talk, eat, play and learn better!


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Helping your child talk, eat, learn and play better

Birth order and speech and language difficulties

Have you ever wondered if the birth order of your children contributes to speech and language difficulties? This video has the answer for you!

Teaching vocabulary through literacy instruction dos and don’ts

The dos and don'ts of teaching vocabulary through literacy instruction... hopefully you find this advice useful!

Why you shouldn’t give your children cough and cold medicines

If you've ever wondered about giving your little one cough and cold medicines here is a little information to help you make your decision.

Why children have trouble learning to talk

Ever wondered why some children have difficulty learning to talk? This video gives you a brief understanding of some of the reasons why some children experience difficulties

My child is stuttering, should I be worried?

Can you hear a stutter when your child speaks? Here is a video to help you understand when it's a good time to seek assistance.

What stage of play is your child playing at?

Did you know there are stages of play? This video will help you understand what stage of play your little one is at.

The Essential Sight Words Guide For Parents