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I don’t want to sound like some pushy mum, but at what age should I be starting maths activities with my child?
My little girl is developing a stutter. She is three years old and has started hesitating between words and repeating sounds. I’ve seen the doctor and we are working on techniques to help her. Should I be worried about how this might psychologically affect her?
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Senior Speech Pathologist, Goodstart Early Learning
Tiffany is passionate about access and meaningful participation for all children in high quality, early childhood intervention and education services.
She holds a Bachelor of Psychology, a Graduate Diploma in Social Science and a Masters of Speech Pathology. Tiffany has worked across community health...
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