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Baby Signs with Kate

  • 4th January 2015

A wonderful resource in Singapore, endorsed by our speech and language therapists at Treetop.     Treetop Speech and Language therapy, Singapore.

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Treetop Therapy in HoneyKids Asia

  • 26th March 2014

Treetop Therapy features in HoneyKids Asia   Holistic Speech Therapy Introducing Treetop Therapy Wednesday, 26 Mar 2014 We’ve all had moments where children appear not to listen. But there is a difference between refusing to listen and not being able to understand. With the appropriate help though, kids can definitely…

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Encouraging Language Development in Toddlers

  • 15th August 2013

“ENCOURAGING LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT IN TODDLERS” Melanie Yates shares her top tips   From babbling babies to talkative toddlers, learning to talk is a huge task for littlies! Helping our babies along in the process however can be a bit trickier for parents, so we sat down for a chat with…

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The Power of Talking to Your Baby

The Power of Talking to Your Baby

  • 14th August 2013

By the time a poor child is 1 year old, she has most likely already fallen behind middle-class children in her ability to talk, understand and learn. The gap between poor children and wealthier ones widens each year, and by high school it has become a chasm. American attempts to…

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The Real Sounds Of Hearing Loss

The Real Sounds Of Hearing Loss

  • 14th August 2013

It’s easy enough to restore 20/20 eyesight with glasses or contacts. But even state-of-the-art can’t perfectly restore hearing for people whose inner ears have been damaged by noise exposure, medications or just the wear and tear of aging. Part of the problem is that this kind of — the result…

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Treetop is up and running!

Treetop is up and running!

  • 19th April 2013

We’re so excited to share this new venture with you! The Tree Top Therapy Centre (TTT) was envisioned by a team of Speech and Language Therapists who have a strong desire to craft ways that contribute towards a positive perception of children with additional needs and the services they access….

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