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Learning To Talk is Child’s Play
Learning To Talk is Child’s Play
Learning to Talk is Child’s Play
Learning to Talk is Child’s Play

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Our mission is simple, to get your toddler or early preschooler talking

At Child’s Play we specialise in helping children aged from birth to 4 years of age learn to talk and communicate. Speech Pathologist Rylie Morris is passionate about supporting young children and their families to develop key early communication skills, to get children talking, so that they can reach their greatest potential. Rylie draws on her extensive experience working with a range of early communication difficulties and disorders, including:

  • Late Talking
  • Speech and Articulation
  • Language (understanding and expressing)
  • Social skills
  • Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) Systems, including signing, PECS, and more
  • Communication difficulties associated with diagnoses of Autism Spectrum Disorder, Down Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, Global Developmental Delay and more.

We offer both in-clinic services, at our Tuggerah office, and a mobile service that allows us to come to the client, providing intervention at home, preschools, day care centres and more.

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On The Blog

Why You Should Use Sign Language to Help Your Late Talker
Why You Should Use Sign Language to Help Your Late Talker
July 13, 2018
Sign language is a powerful tool for helping young children who are late to talk and have difficulty understand others to communicate. In fact, the research tells us that sign language is no...
The Importance of Verbs and Other Word Types
The Importance of Verbs and Other Word Types
April 13, 2018
A couple of weeks ago I uploaded a post called How Many Words Should My Child Be Saying? In this post I outlined the number of words children should have by particular ages, and why it’s imp
How Many Words Should My Child Be Saying?
How Many Words Should My Child Be Saying?
March 16, 2018
Probably the most common question I am asked by parents is how many words should their child be saying at a given age. A lack of words is one of the earliest warning signs for parents, that