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Many parents have a child who exhibits traits of dyspraxia and yet have no idea that this disorder exists, or that it can be managed in the home with proper planning, management, and resources.
The SpeechClinic was established in 1992 and has a wealth of experience assessing and treating all types of communication disorders in both adults and children. The clinic has just moved to new premises in the Orsmond Clinic just opposite Lidl in Oranmore.
Welcome to the April 2014 article on our brain and what can affect its function.Frequent childhood ear infections make language and speech muffled and this is whatchildrenhear, process, sequence (put in order), and memorise, resulting in stored nonsense. So when a teacher asks a question, a child will give a completelydifferent answer to the question that was asked.
Activate Speech is based in Headford and supplies speech and language resources suitable for parents. Designed by a local speech and language therapist with nearly 30 years experience, these packs target key areas of common problems children have when starting to speak. So, if you are worried about your child’s speech then these may be for you.
Have you ever wondered how you can help your child to be calmer, more focused and concentrate better; to be a better listener; to understand more; to express themselves more fully and to enjoy engaging and interacting with their peers?
A new product launched by a County Galway company aims to help children and adults with speech and language difficulties.
The Midlands Dyspraxia Support Group, in association with Dyspraxia Ireland, have a number of events coming up, for which they would appreciate your support.
Children with disabilities, such as Down syndrome, have not received developmental screening or vital therapies in areas of County Galway for more than six months due to unfilled positions within the HSE’s Early Intervention Service.
Parents and former staff from the Early Language Intervention service in Oranmore have come together to launch a new community-based pre-school service to replace the company, which ceased trading recently.