By Grace Adams, Speech Pathologist You may hear the terms 'receptive' and 'expressive' language in relation to children's speech and language development.Expressive language is the ability to request objects, make choices, ask and answer questions and describe events, using verbal and non-verbal language, writing and vocalisations. Receptive language refers to the ability to receive Read more
HIPPY The Home Interaction Program for Parents and Youngsters (HIPPY) trains parents on how to become their preschool aged children’s first teachers. It is an ideal way to prepare them for school.Through home-based visits every second week by a home tutor, parents will understand more about child development and will learn ways to develop their child’s self Read more
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