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Adele Jane

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Member since: Mar 01, 2012

As an Australian trained Speech Pathologist with an Honours Degree, Adele is currently providing private speech pathology in Perth, Western Australia, for both children and adults, with special interest in early language development, dyspraxia, autism, learning disabilities, literacy, auditory processing, problem solving and executive functioning, as well as feeding issues and mealtime management.

Adele is a mother and a grandmother who has been involved in community groups and schools over the years, as well as business and public and private sector health services.

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Do you want your child to be great at putting things together? How good do you want your child to be at following instructions - and giving others directions? Recent research has shown that that way

Health & Fitness> Speech Pathology l 2 years ago

Parents and teachers get frustrated, understandably, when children don't do as they are told, or don't remember what they are supposed to do. The perception often is that a child "doesn't listen".

Health & Fitness> Speech Pathology l 2 years ago

Dysphagia is the medical term for swallowing difficulties. Swallowing is just something that happens for most people without having to think about it, but dysphagia can affect all people of all ages,

Health & Fitness> Speech Pathology l 2 years ago

Why do bright children make poor decisions and get into trouble? In my Speech Pathology practise I frequently meet children who are brought along because they are not achieving their potential at

Health & Fitness> Speech Pathology l 2 years ago

Parents who bring their child to me for Speech Pathology often tell me that they have looked dyspraxia up on the internet, but there are so many different terms that seem to be used it becomes very

Health & Fitness> Speech Pathology l 2 years ago

Literacy - acquiring reading, writing, and spelling - is one of the most complex things we do. This article gives an overview of all the different processes that need to happen, all at the same time,

Health & Fitness> Speech Pathology l 2 years ago

As a Speech Pathologist, I often see children who are not learning to talk as well as they should. Sometimes it quickly becomes apparent that these children can be diagnosed to be somewhere on the

Health & Fitness> Speech Pathology l 2 years ago

How many Nursery Rhymes does your child know? Do teach your child Nursery Rhymes...they offer great opportunities for stimulating your child's language development. They may seem old fashioned, but

Health & Fitness> Speech Pathology l 2 years ago

You want your child to be a good talker, right? Before a child can be an excellent talker, they need to be able to remember sounds, words, phrases and sentences. Nursery Rhymes are a fabulous and fun

Health & Fitness> Speech Pathology l 2 years ago

Executive functioning is a series of thinking processes that control the rest of what the brain does. I often describe it to parents as being like the CEO of an organisation. The CEO runs the

Health & Fitness> Speech Pathology l 2 years ago

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