10 new words per week is all it takes…

Vocabulary building is vitally important for developing reading and comprehension skills in children, as well as in adults.

The evidence suggests that teaching and learning 10 new words per week can make a huge contribution to a child’s, an adolescent’s (or even an adult’s) language and literacy abilities (Beck, McKeown & Kucan, 2013).  While the classroom is the obvious place for such learning to take place, parents can also make a significant contribution to their child’s vocabulary bank.

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Exciting News!

We have moved to the ACT and are on the cusp of opening up a brand-new speech pathology and psychology practice in Braddon.

Our new practice is called In Positive Health and we will be open to new client bookings from Tuesday 1 February, 2022.

You can find out all about us here at https://inpositivehealth.com.

Alternatively, get in touch via email at reception@inpositivehealth.com.