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What is Online Speech & Language Therapy

What is Online Speech & Language Therapy

Simply put, online therapy, is the same therapy you get in person, but delivered over the internet. Check out the videos on this page for a better idea. ?
Why parents should be involved in Speech therapy

Why parents should be involved in Speech therapy

When parents try to understand their child’s diagnosis and become active participants in the therapy process,
there are benefits not just for the child but for the parents and therapist too.

Taking care of your voice

Taking care of your voice

Voice Care Tips for Teachers
(And everyone who uses their voice!) 🙂

About Speech and language therapy (also known as Speech Therapy)

About Speech and language therapy (also known as Speech Therapy)

Speech therapists provide treatment, support and care for children and adults
who have difficulties with communication, or with eating, drinking and swallowing.

Is my child’s speech delayed?

Is my child’s speech delayed?

Each child is different and develops this skill at different stages.
The question is: when should you be concerned about your child’s speech?

CATTS Online Training

CATTS Online Training

Let us help you – help yourself. Online courses to make therapy easier for parents and teachers.

How to help a child who stutters

How to help a child who stutters

Information, Understanding, Links, tips and a Checklist to help you take the next step in helping them.

Simply put, online therapy, is the same therapy you get in person, but delivered over the internet

We have a few checklists on different areas of concern in relation to speech and language therapy.
If you are unsure if you need our services, you can complete a checklist here.

Otherwise, feel free to contact us HERE to discuss by clicking the image below to make an appointment.


Click the image below to learn more and see what our clients say about CATTS Online Speech & Language Therapy



Questions and Answers

Click HERE for our Full Parent Questions & Answers Archive






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