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NEW RESEARCH SNAPSHOTS

Late talking

Our latest Research Snapshots explore the significance of late talking. We assess the findings of a number of studies and the implications of late talking for policy, practice and research.

 

Research Snapshot, No. 2

Can late talking predict later language difficulties?

 

Research Snapshot, No. 3

Is intervention necessary and effective?

 

Research Snapshot, No. 4

Does parenting behaviour hold the key?

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Child Language Conference


Thanks to all who contributed to this year's stimulating discussions about child language pathways, interventions and services. Special thanks to Prof. Cate Taylor, Prof. Sue Roulstone and Dr. Patricia Eadie for their keynote and guest presentations, as well to the stars of the specific language impairment debate.

Cate's keynote presentation slides are now available on our website.
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Reading Resources
 

Let’s Read is a national, evidence-based, early literacy initiative that promotes reading with children from birth to five years.

It provides training and resources for early childhood practitioners, and free tips and tools for families.

Let's Read was developed by the Centre for Community Child Health and is supported by The Smith Family. 
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Bilingualism Practice Brief
 

The Centre for Community Child Health has produced a free, evidence-based Practice Brief for practitioners working with bilingual children.

The Practice Brief highlights the benefits and challenges of being bilingual, as well as what practitioners can do to support bilingual children and families.

The guide was developed in conjunction with the Inner North West Melbourne Medicare Local.
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About Us
The Centre of Research Excellence in Child Language is a collaboration of some of the world’s leading child language experts. It investigates how language and hearing impact early development; what can go wrong, when and why
; and how to assess and intervene effectively to improve children’s language.
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