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Speechie Library Talk

Join us for fun and interactive sessions with local speech pathologists | 7 Nov to 30 Nov | 7 sessions

Speechie Library Talk

Do you have a child aged between 0-5 years old? Would you like to help develop their language and literacy skills?

Speech pathologists work with children and families to help to build the foundations on which literacy skills develop and help support a healthy transition into literacy.

Meet your local speech pathologist, enjoy a reading of one of Speech Pathology Australia’s Book of the Year 2023 winning books and find out more about how you can support your child’s language and literacy development at home.

Speech PathologistLibraryDate and timeRegistration
Helen DimondBeerwahTuesday 7 November, 10.30-11.30amRegister
Kate RobertsonCoolumMonday 13 November, 10.30-11.30amRegister
Christine OsbourneNambourMonday 20 November, 10.30-11.30amRegister
Lisa GadsbyCaloundraFriday 24 November, 10.30-11.30amRegister
Polly McCarthyMalenyWednesday 29 November, 10.30-11.30amRegister
Camellia GriffinMaroochydoreWednesday 29 November, 10.30-11.30amRegister
Bec MurrellKawanaThursday 30 November, 10.30-11.30amRegister

This session is aimed at parents, carers and others interested in the language and literacy development of children aged 0 to 5 years. Children are also welcome at this session.

Speechie Library Talks are an initiative of Speech Pathology Australia in collaboration with the Australian Library and Information Association.

Find how you can support and strengthen your child's language and literacy development by visiting Speech Pathology Australia.

 For more information on Speech pathology visit the Queensland Health website.