All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘I CAN help’

Checking your child’s progress in the early years

As parents we are all keen to know that our children are developing just as they should.  Shouldn’t he be walking yet?  When should she start to talk in sentences?  We are full of questions about our child’s development!  So, it is great news to hear that the new Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS), the curriculum that our children will …

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Speech and language difficulties? What does that mean?

As speech and language therapists working on the I CAN Help Enquiry Service we get to talk to so many parents about all sorts of different concerns about their children.  One of the questions that gets asked time and time again is this one: “Why does my child have delayed speech and language?”  And this week, it looks to be …

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I don’t know how she does it!

Have you managed to see the recent film “I don’t know how she does it”? There’s certainly been lots of talk about it in the media recently.  The challenges that Kate is facing in the film are familiar to lots of us; juggling all aspects of life, including work, can be very challenging.  Parenting can be so difficult at times, …

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Starting a new school

When your child starts school, it is always a challenging time.  For children with speech, language and communication needs we know that transition to a new school, or starting a new activity or club, can be very difficult.  There are however lots of things that can be done to make these changes as successful for your child as possible. Talking …

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