ES Seminar: Your Child’s Communication Development – What are the milestones and how to to help your child achieve them

ES Seminar: Your Child’s Communication Development – What are the milestones and how to to help your child achieve them

Wednesday 23 July 2014 from 7:30 PM to 9:30 PM (EST)

Woollahra, NSW | Holdsworth Community Centre, 64 Holdsworth St

Our child’s development is hugely important and can become a source of excitement or of concern.

Although we all know that children develop at their own pace, if our child isn’t reaching milestones at the same time as their peers, it can be really hard not to compare and worry whether there is something wrong.

Caralyn Tracey from Communicate Speech Pathology is here to help! As an experienced speech pathologist, she will help you:

  • understand the types, causes and prevalence of communication disorders
  • learn what constitutes normal communication development
  • discover the developmental red flags
  • learn great everyday ideas for stimulating language at home
  • understand what options are available for parents

About Caralyn Tracey 

Caralyn is passionate about child and family centred care and supporting the early communication development of young children who have diverse developmental challenges and abilities. She has extensive experience working with children with speech and language delays, specific language impairment, global developmental delay, Down Syndrome and Autism Spectrum Disorder.

She has extensive experience working with young children and their families in hospital, community health clinic and private practice settings. As a mother of two school aged children, Caralyn deeply understands the need for families to embed meaningful therapy activities within all of a child’s communication environments to enable the generalization of new skills.

To find out more, visit www.cCommunicate Speechommunicatespeech.com.au

 

 

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