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Communication disorders: children & teens | Raising Children Network

Communication disorders and impairments include speech disorders, language disorders, stuttering and voice problems. Speech pathologists can often help.

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Social communication disorder: 3-18 years | Raising Children Network

Children with social communication disorder have difficulty communicating in socially appropriate ways. Therapies focus on social and communication skills.

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Communication aids and services | Disability Gateway

Information and services to help people with disability, their family, friends and carers, to find the support they need in Australia

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To communicate | Novita

What is communication? Everybody communicates every day, in lots of different ways

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Communication in children with autism | Raising Children Network

For children with autism, communication develops step by step, so you can work step by step with your child on communication difficulties. Find out how.

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Good communication with children: tips | Raising Children Network

Good communication is key to children’s relationships and development. It’s about listening and talking in ways that make children feel important and valued.

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SKAI - supporting communities | NCIRS

SKAI – Sharing Knowledge About Immunisation is a suite of vaccination communication support tools

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Communication Options - Royal Institute for Deaf & Blind Children

Paths to communication There are many different paths to communication for adults and children with hearing loss

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Communicating with preschoolers: video | Raising Children Network

This short video shows how communicating with preschoolers helps them learn and develop. Listen when your child tells you a story, repeat words and respond.

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Toddler talking & communication | Raising Children Network

Toddler talking is about listening, learning and trying out words. Get ideas to help your child learn more words and use words to communicate better.

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