Do you read to your children?

Do you read to your children? Even if your children know how to read independently, this doesn’t mean you need to stop. Why?

  • You can teach your child more words to increase their vocabulary and promote optimal learning, language and literacy skills…
  • You can help your child reduce his or her anxiety around reading aloud in the classroom…
  • You can help turn your child into a life-long, positive reader…

And the research suggests that “more than one-third of Australian respondents aged six to eleven whose parents had stopped reading to them wanted it to continue.”

Don’t believe me? Read the article at:

https://theconversation.com/research-shows-the-importance-of-parents-reading-with-children-even-after-children-can-read-82756

By | 2017-09-29T06:47:32+10:00 September 28th, 2017|Categories: Uncategorized|Comments Off on Do you read to your children?

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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.

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