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The Talking Children Podcast
36 minutes | Jun 16, 2022
Autism: Frequently Asked Questions with Lucia Flint
Part 2 of our Autism series. In this episode I answer some of the most commonly asked questions about Autism with special guest Lucia Flint. We cover topics such as whether autism is becoming more common, masking, stimming, regression and meltdowns. This episode is busting common myths with the latest research on neurodiversity affirming practices.
53 minutes | Jun 9, 2022
Talking Stuttering with Rich Stephens from SAY: Australia
In this episode I speak with Rich Stephens, a speech-language pathologist and person who stutters. Rich is the founder of SAY: Australia, a Melbourne-based national not-for-profit organisation that supports, empowers, and educates young people who stutter aged 7-18 years and the world that surrounds them.Rich discusses his experience of finding a community with other people who stutter, accepting himself and supporting young people who stutter to do the same.SAY: Australia runs FREE comprehensive and innovative educational arts programs that address the physical, social, and emotional impacts of stuttering. Their aim is to build a community of acceptance, friendship, and encouragement for young people who stutter.They also run a summer camp for young people who stutter.For more information see:https://www.sayaustralia.org.au/ Or contact Rich: firstname.lastname@example.org For more information about the podcast see: svp-slp.com.au
23 minutes | Jan 3, 2022
What is Autism?
This is part one of a 3 part series exploring Autism. In this episode I talk about the diagnostic criteria for autism and common features of autism in children.
16 minutes | Jul 22, 2021
Getting the most out of speech therapy with Dr Katelyn Melvin
In this episode I chat with Dr Katelyn Melvin about how to get the most out of speech therapy by diving into her research on family engagement in speech-language pathology. https://svp-slp.com/the-talking-children-podcast/
24 minutes | May 18, 2021
Childhood trauma and its impact on language development
In this episode I discuss the science around Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACES) and how they impact upon children's development with a particular focus on language development.I also discuss how we can support children to health from their trauma and create positive relationships to enhance lifelong outcomes.
29 minutes | Mar 9, 2021
Cleft Lip and Palate in Children with Dr Anna Cronin
In this episode I talk with Dr Anna Cronin about her research and practice in the field of cleft lip and palate. We discuss how a cleft lip or palate can impact upon a child's communication and feeding and how a speech pathologist can help. We also talk about the impact upon families and the importance of listening to the voices of families to support them through their journey.
30 minutes | Mar 2, 2021
Developmental Language Disorder (DLD) with Shaun Zeigenfusz
In this episode I talk with Shaun Zeigenfusz, co-founder of the DLD project, about everything parents and educators need to know about Developmental Language Disorder.
10 minutes | Feb 18, 2021
SPRING into supporting children's communication
In this episode I unpack the 6 steps to the SPRING approach to supporting communication development in children.
12 minutes | Oct 29, 2020
Neurodiversity: Windows or Mac?
In this episode I discuss neurodiversity and taking a strengths based approach to supporting children
14 minutes | Jul 15, 2019
In this episode I explain what baby sign is and its potential benefits. I then provide step by step tips for introducing baby sign with a little one. For show notes and resources visit https://svp-slp.com/the-talking-children-podcast/
19 minutes | Jul 9, 2019
Multilingualism in Children
This episode looks at children who are learning to speak or use more than one language. I draw upon the research to share 5 key facts and dispel 5 common myths around multilingualism in children.
10 minutes | Jun 14, 2019
Communication Milestones - Wait or Act?
This episode discusses the importance of early identification and early intervention for communication difficulties. I draw upon research evidence to discuss the risks of waiting and the benefits of acting early upon concerns about a child's communication. I talk about the important role both parents and teachers play in this process. I also discuss the communication milestones developed by Speech Pathology Australia and how these can be used to help identify children who may need support for their communication. For show notes visit https://svp-slp.com/the-talking-children-podcast/
11 minutes | Jun 4, 2019
Stuttering in Early Childhood
This episode introduces stuttering in early childhood. The types of stuttering behaviours are described and information is provided about risk factors and when to seek help. The episode concludes with a list of dos and don'ts when talking with a child who stutters. For shownotes go to https://svp-slp.com/the-talking-children-podcast/
10 minutes | May 28, 2019
S1E4 Speech Development
This episode discusses how children learn the sounds in their language. We talk about the typical processes that children go through when learning their sounds and at what age sounds are acquired by children in English. Strategies for supporting children to learn their sounds and an activity for identifying whether a child might need support with their speech development are provided. For resources and references mentioned in this episode visit https://svp-slp.com/the-talking-children-podcast/
13 minutes | May 20, 2019
In this episode we explore how we talk to babies and the many ways they communicate back to us! We discuss strategies for developing a strong foundation for communication and language learning right from birth. To view the show notes visit https://svp-slp.com/the-talking-children-podcast/
14 minutes | May 13, 2019
Children's Communication Development 101
This episode provides an introduction and overview of how children learn language from their environment. The importance of talking, reading and playing is described with accompanying tips for supporting language development during routine daily activities. For shownotes visit svp-slp.com/talkingchildrenpodcast
1 minutes | May 4, 2019
Here is a sneak peak of what to expect from season 1 of the Talking Children Podcast
7 minutes | May 1, 2019
Welcome to the Talking Children Podcast
Hello and welcome to the talking children podcast, a podcast for parents, caregivers and educators who want to be empowered with the latest knowledge in the field of children’s communication development. I’m your host Dr Sarah Verdon Pedemont. If you want support the children in your life to become the best communicators they possibly can and create this essential foundation for all of their future learning then you’re in the right place, so let’s get started! For more information visit svp-slp.com
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