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What does a Speech Pathologist have to do with ADHD?
Did you know that a speech pathologist (or speech-language pathologist) can have a vital role in the ADHD team? I have been a speech pathologist for almost 20 years and have extensive experience working with children with and without ADHD. …
Fill that Fuel Tank
Research over the past 20-30 years, has led to significant changes in the way we view ADHD. We now know that ADHD is not a behavioural disorder, as once thought, but a complex neurodevelopmental disorder. We also now know that …
You don’t have to cherish every moment
I went to an ADHD workshop a couple of years ago. It was great. I sat in a room of mums and dads, who were all dealing with similar issues to me. The presenter was a mum like me, just …


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Building Emotional Literacy Resource:

“This is a great resource, thank you. The Emotion Cards are a great way I can talk to my preschooler about how he’s feeling when he doesn’t have the vocabulary to express it himself. I can’t wait to use the Book Discussion Guide with him when he’s a bit older!”

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