Learning to talk
Learning to talk is an important part of a child’s development and it occurs in stages. Find out how you can help your child to learn to talk.
Talking to your baby
Talking to your baby, even if they can't reply is one of the best ways to help them start learning to speak. Learn more about talking to your baby.
Talking to your toddler
When you talk and listen to each other, you help your child learn to communicate. Find out how to talk to your toddler or pre-school aged child.
Reading to your child
Reading regularly with children from a young age stimulates their brain development and strengthens parent-child relationships. This helps to build la...
Toddler development: Learning how to draw and write
Drawing and writing are essential skills that children start learning early, gradually building over the preschool and lower primary years.
Speech problems in children
Speech problems are common in young children. Some speech troubles can indicate a speech or development delay. Find out when to seek further advice.
Stuttering in children
Stuttering is a speech disorder that usually starts between the ages of 3 and 4 years. Learn more about stuttering and when to seek help.
Hearing loss in children
Learn more about the signs of hearing loss in children - what causes it, how it’s diagnosed and possible treatments depending on the severity.