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A poster designed to promote awareness of early oral language developmental milestones in 7 Year Olds

Designed by Speech Pathologists, this resource promotes awareness of early developmental milestones. The poster outlines:

  • What children aged 7 years should be able to say, express, comprehend and listen and engage with.
  • Tips for parents in the home environment so that they can stimulate their child’s speech and language skills
  • A list of observations of children’s communication skills (or lack of) which are causes for concern and suggest visits to an Speech Pathologist.
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  • One downloadable A3 Poster.

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