Your child needs help:
- If a child is repeating words or phrases over and over or can’t seem to get the word out without difficulty he/she may be stuttering.
- If your child cannot follow simple three part instructions such as “Touch your nose, touch your toes and turn around” he /she may have an Auditory Memory difficulty.
- If your child confuses parts of grammar consistently e.g. her for she, him for his he/she may have a Language difficulty.
- If your child’s voice is husky for more than three days in a row you need to see an Ear Nose and Throat Specialist and book in for a Speech Pathology Assessment.
- If your older child has difficulty with spelling or reading he/she may have an Auditory Processing Disorder.