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Favourite Apps – Pepi Bath

Another app we like is ‘Pepi bath’ (Lite version). This app has a boy and a girl who need some help to wash their clothes and get ready in the morning. This app is very interactive and lots of fun. This app does not have any spoken vocabulary so you can build in...

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Eggs-tra Fun at Easter

The Easter Bunny and Bilby are hard at work getting ready for their deliveries! But in all the hustle and bustle, they found time to share some eggs-tra fun ideas for our friends at PSPS! All you need is some fillable plastic eggs, found at most discount shops. I came...

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Telehealth

Telehealth is the delivery of health-related services and information via telecommunications technologies, for example Skype, or FaceTime. Telehealth could be as simple as two health practitioners discussing a case over the phone or as sophisticated as doing robotic...

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Bag Tags

When I sent my daughter to school, I was convinced I would never see that nice new lunch box again, not to mention the jumper or hat we had bought. Having a speechie mum she went off to school with a bag tag inside the front pocket with a visual strip of all the...

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Dogs in Therapy

Everyone loves animals! We know this as more than 63% of Australians currently own a pet and up to 83% will have a pet in their lifetime. What’s more, research has shown that they are good for our health! Interested? Read on…. Compared to those who don’t have a pet,...

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A fun game to play with your child

One of the games we love is ‘My Little Sandbox’. This is a game with colourful sand which comes in different themes (e.g., Pirate Treasure, Princess Dreams, Space Mission etc.)  You can also make your own variations on this by choosing your own items. Why we love it!...

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Making Food Fun for Christmas

Most of us look forward to Christmas and all the wonderful food that comes with it. Many of our children struggle with the sensory aspects of food particularly colour, smell, taste and texture and are reluctant to eat or even touch many food types. Christmas can be a...

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Kids Helpline

Have you noticed a difference in your child’s mood, or are people noticing that your child doesn’t seem themselves? You are not alone. Statistics from the Department of Health from 2000 showed that 14% of young people have mental health issues. It is anticipated that...

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Speech and Language Fun Outside

Now that we finally have some good weather… …What are some things I can do outside with my child?  There are so many things you can do outside together… here are some games you can play (whilst still building your child’s skills): ‘I see’/‘I spy’ games. This game can...

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