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By Renee Irving-Lee, Children’s Book Author © 2019 Learning LinksSpeech 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

Families have changed a great deal in recent years and there are now many different forms of family, as well as different styles of parenting. One thing is certain – whatever ‘family’ means to you it is the most important part of children’s lives.The family in which your child grows up will have a big influence on how well your child will cope with situations, relationships and Read more

During the year your child has learnt many important skills. School holidays are a great time to relax and have fun, but it can also be enough time for this important learning to be forgotten. To avoid this we have compiled a list of suggested activities, games and excursions to keep your child thinking during the holidays. You can use these ideas anytime as they are fun and help your child Read more

Using these strategies can help your child develop their language skills.FACE your child and get down to their level, e.g. on the floor or at the table.OBSERVE and follow their interests. Join in with what they’re doing or talking about.WAIT for your child to do or say something first (a sound, word or action). Then respond to Read more

Learning Links offer speech and language therapy to children who have difficulty expressing themselves or understanding and following what others are saying. Speech and language therapy can help support and enhance a child’s ability to learn and address:• Pronouncing sounds, voice problems or stuttering (articulation) • Expressing and understanding language • Ability to hear sounds Read more