What is a speech pathologist? A speech pathologist is a specialised allied health professional with expertise in the assessment and management of communication, feeding and swallowing Read more
Speech Pathology Week 2020 is an important time to take stock and remember that 1.2 million Australians have a Read more
By Renee Irving-Lee, Children’s Book Author © 2019 Learning Links Speech and language development is a critical step in nurturing the foundation of communication, self-expression and literacy. Children develop speech and language skills at vastly different rates, and sometimes this can leave parents worried about their own child’s development, particularly if they seem to be speaking Read more
Learning more than one language can be a rewarding experience for children. Being able to communicate means we can relate positively to the people in our lives. Children who use more than one language can understand and relate to a wider range of people in their community and have the ability to express themselves in more than one way. How children learn more than one language at the Read more
Dyslexia is one of the most common reading and literacy learning difficulty and yet it presents so many questions, primarily what is Dyslexia? We have attempted to answer the most common questions, and squash the Read more
Current Vacancies Early Education and Care Education Psychology Speech and Occupational Therapy Charity Housie Corporate Partnerships and Marketing No vacancies. Corporate Services Customer Read more
Learning Links offers job opportunities in varied roles, skill levels, and experience. If you are looking to work in a values-based organisation where staff are passionate about making a difference in the lives of children, families, and communities then Read more
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