Top tips for young children who stammer

Top tips for young children who stammer

Remain calm and don’t let your child pick up on your anxiety. Don’t make your child repeat what they have said, repeat back what they have said and give a correct model. Slow down your speech when talking to make your child feel less rushed, they will speak more...
Glue Ear – a guide for Teachers

Glue Ear – a guide for Teachers

This factsheet has been produced to help teachers understand the medical condition, glue ear, and offer appropriate support to children who have it, and their parents. Please click here to download the factsheet.
What is Glue Ear?

What is Glue Ear?

My Child Has Glue Ear… How Will this Affect Their Talking? If you put your fingers in your ears, this is what the world sounds like to your child – everything is muffled. This makes it difficult to hear what is happening around you and so it is harder to listen...
Drooling Information

Drooling Information

‘Drooling’ and ‘dribbling’ are different names for the same thing, which is when saliva, drool or dribble escapes from the mouth usually as a result of the child not swallowing often enough. Please read the following and tick those that apply to your child. Drooling...
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