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Blog, News and Stories From the Treetop Team

Is the Pandemic Impacting Our Children’s Speech and Development?

Is the Pandemic Impacting Our Children’s Speech and Development?

  • 1st November 2021

Originally Posted on 05 October, 2021 in Sassy Mama SG. Written By Melanie Muttitt   Masks, lockdowns, safe distancing regulations… are these having an impact on our children’s speech and development? For many kids in Singapore, wearing masks is ‘normal’. Very young kids have grown up seeing parents, carers, and…

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Everything you need to know about voice disorders

Everything you need to know about voice disorders

  • 29th October 2021

Everything you need to know about voice disorders Voice disorders affect the ability to speak normally. In this blog we cover everything you need to know about voice disorders. From how the voice is produced to symptoms to look out for and how to treat. How is the voice produced?…

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Top tips for speech therapy at home

Top tips for speech therapy at home

  • 18th August 2020

How can I help my child’s speech therapy at home? Parents can be the most amazing communication partners to their children and progress in Speech and Language therapy owes a lot to the continuous support at home. The following are some general guidelines that are helpful: a) The right approach:…

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Black Lives Matter

Black Lives Matter

  • 4th June 2020

Black Lives Matter. Humanity in its magnificent diversity has the potential for wondrous endeavours. It is crucial to stand for tolerance, nurture and love. It is crucial to stand against intolerance. It is imperative to stand against racism. It is our duty to use our voice to protect and uplift those whose…

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Play Therapy

Play Therapy

  • 2nd December 2019

Do you struggle with your child’s behaviour at home or at school? What is it? Play Therapy works to alleviate children’s behaviour and emotional difficulties through play. Play therapy gives children the opportunity to express and process emotions that they may not be able to express in other ways. Using…

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Reading books with toddlers to stimulate language development

Reading books with toddlers to stimulate language development

  • 17th July 2017

Speech and Language Therapist, Rachel Cleary from Treetop Therapy gives us some tips on how we can encourage language development with our toddlers while reading books. The main aims of this article are to help you to engage and interact, stimulate language development and to have fun with your child!…

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