Sound Start Study: Preschool children's speech and language is of concern for more parents and teachers than other aspects of development

Sharynne McLeod, Kate Crowe (Presenter), Paul White, Sarah Masso, Elise Baker, Jane McCormack, Yvonne Wren, Sue Roulstone

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Abstract

Most children succeed in developing communication, motor, behavioural, social and academic skills in early childhood; however, some have difficulties. Professionals (including speech pathologists) rely on parents and educators to identify areas of difficulty and refer to services. This study aimed to determine which areas of development were of concern to parents and educators and to examine correlations between their responses.

Conference

ConferenceSpeech Pathology Australia National Conference
Abbreviated titleChallenge, Broaden, Revolutionise
CountryAustralia
CityCanberra
Period17/05/1520/05/15
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