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Speech problems in children

Speech problems are common in young children but some speech troubles can indicate a speech or development delay. Find out when to seek further advice.

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Speech pathology

Speech pathologists are university trained professionals who work with people of all ages to diagnose, manage and treat communication and swallowing problems.

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What is speech pathology? | Autism: What next?

One of the early recommendations many families receive is to begin speech pathology sessions for their children. Our friends at Speech Pathology Australia explain exactly what they do and how speech therapy can help children with autism.

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Speech pathologist: parents & kids guide | Raising Children Network

A speech pathologist can help if your child needs help with speech, language or communication, or your child has problems swallowing food or drink.

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Allied health and speech therapy • NextSense

Allied health services including speech therapy, occupational therapy for children and adults with vision or hearing loss. Contact NextSense today for an appointment.

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Allied health and speech therapy • NextSense

Allied health services including speech therapy, occupational therapy for children and adults with vision or hearing loss. Contact NextSense today for an appointment.

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Stuttering in children: causes & treatment | Raising Children Network

Stuttering is a common speech problem that makes it hard for children to speak smoothly. If you notice your child has a stutter, see a speech pathologist.

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Stuttering - Better Health Channel

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Selective mutism in children & teens | Raising Children Network

Children with selective mutism can’t speak in certain situations. This can interfere with their daily life and development. Children need professional help.

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Stuttering | Sydney Children's Hospitals Network

What is stuttering? Stuttering is a disorder that affects the fluency of speech

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