Thank you to everyone who has taken the time to read our January newsletter on early reading skills. We hope you have some fresh ideas to try when next sharing a book with your child or student.
For those that have missed it, you can access our January newsletter here.
We've been busy putting together the final touches on our next newsletter - a special edition about Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and some strategies that may help support the understanding of children with ASD. We've chosen this topic ahead of Autism Awareness Day (on April 2) and the International Autism Month (being April). We hope to raise awareness of the difficulties and signs of ASD so that families may feel empowered to seek the right supports for their children. Please sign up to or share our newsletters to keep the education and awareness going.
In the meantime, feel free to keep checking in on our webpage. We've added information on the benefits of using visual supports - for all children, not only those on the 'Spectrum and we're gradually adding items to our store that can be purchased from your lounge room or classroom - how good is that?! You can see what we currently have available by clicking here.
Wishing everyone a wonderful weekend and week ahead.
We've had a number of enquiries from families and schools wanting to know about possible rebates for Speech Pathology services through Not All Talk Speech Pathology.
I came across this poem today and absolutely loved it. Many thanks to @SLTNorth for posting it on Twitter.