Stories of Hope: A Podcast

An important part of our work is supporting parents, care givers and the wider family start to understand their child’s motivations and challenges. As part of this, we also want to focus on the positives to help everyone in that child’s life see that there is lots of potential to learn and grow, and thatContinue reading “Stories of Hope: A Podcast”

A Film About Finding Your Voice

On 25/11/2020 we officially launched Play2Talk on our social media and had an overwhelming response! Part of our launch included a very special premiere of our film, featuring a number of the little superstars that we have supported through our Blue Sky project over the years . One of the biggest issues we have withContinue reading “A Film About Finding Your Voice”

Making Sense of the Sensory

There is a lot of information out there on the sensory side of things when you google developmental delays and neuro diversity. Some of it is good and some of it is not, and some of it is just completely overwhelming. At Play2Talk our first  focus is on identifying and using children’s sensory interests and differencesContinue reading “Making Sense of the Sensory”

Working with Babies- How Early is Too Early?

Quick answer here- it’s never too early to start to do something if you have concerns about your baby’s development. It is clear from many research studies, and across the 20 years I have worked in this field, that parents and caregivers are always right with their gut instincts. Numerous parents I have engaged withContinue reading “Working with Babies- How Early is Too Early?”

Introducing Play2Talk

Having worked in the field of autism and early intervention for over 20 years, I am very aware of the magnitude of information that exists around therapy approaches. Over these past two decades, I have spent time undertaking training and certification in a wide range of models. This training has incorporated both the developmental (aContinue reading “Introducing Play2Talk”