By Grace Adams, Speech Pathologist Asking and answering 'Wh-' questions is a key part of language development. Children must be able to understand questions in order to have a conversation and pass on information to others. Starting to ask and answer 'Wh-' questions is a milestone that most children start to reach between the age of 1 and 2 years, and they'll continue to develop their Read more
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EFdV-0Zo-sk Do you have a child who finds it hard to pronounce words and express their ideas? Learning Links can help. We're offering FREE speech and language screeners for children 4-6 years old. The 30 minute screener will assess your child's: Comprehension Grammar Narrative (story telling) Read more
The early years are crucial to your child’s learning, development and future potential. We work with young children who are not reaching key milestones from an early age and who may be at risk of learning difficulties. We offer a full range of specialist services with multidisciplinary team that includes psychologists, special educators and therapists. Our early intervention services Read more
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