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The Problem with Mouth Breathing

Constant mouth breathing can cause speech disorders, dental problems, enlarged adenoids and tonsils, and change the shape of the face. By Stephanie Eber, Speech Pathologist.
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Speech Therapy for Children with Down Syndrome

With support from a Speech Pathologist, children with Down Syndrome will see improvements in speech and language skills, as well as feeding and swallowing.
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The ‘Covid slide’: is lockdown causing your children’s education to fall behind?

There has been a growing discussion among parents of a possible “Covid slide”. What can you do about it? By BFDC Managing Director, Henrik Hoeg.
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Anger as a Sign of Learning Difficulties

Tantrums and meltdowns typically subside in kids after the age of 7 years. If your child does not seem to be gaining emotional maturity, it may be a sign of...
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We are moving!

We will be moving to a new location in Central on Saturday, August 8, 2020. Our new address is on D'Aguilar Street, however the entrance is on Wing Wah Lane.
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Dealing with angry outbursts in children

Does your young or school-aged child have angry outbursts? Holding and containing are two strategies parents can use to manage a child's escalating anger. By Dr. Roy Chan.
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Does my child need support?

Months of home schooling gave parents an unimpeded view of their child's cognitive skills and academic abilities. Some are very concerned with what they saw. An assessment can help.
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Why it’s good to talk

In person or online, communication between parents and teachers is essential for sharing information and solving potential problems. By Marianne Lagutaine MA (AThr), MA (Coun).
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When your child self-harms

Self-harm is an unhealthy coping mechanism for dealing with emotional pain and stress. If your child self-harms, listen compassionately, and get help.
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