Our first meeting took place here in Perth, WA, on 14 October. It was a small and select group but there was plenty of passion and lots of sharing about using the Lidcombe Program with young children who stutter and ensuring evidence-based practice and great outcome for our clients. We were fortunate to have Dr […]
I had fully intended to be blogging a plenty after Speech Pathology Australia’s national conference last month in Perth. The conference was a fantastic opportunity to catch up on current trends and research and best practice. I have been busy assimilating a lot of new information with my local group of clinicians. We are a […]
An investigation of the role of parental request for self-correction of stuttering in the Lidcombe Program by Donaghy et al. International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology 2015; 5, 511-517 The use of verbal contingencies is a key component of the Lidcombe Program. Speech Therapy research on the Lidcombe Program is ongoing and is constantly scrutinising all […]
At this time, for children under 6 years old, “the Lidcombe Program offers the best evidence for an effective intervention for children who stutter” I have just taken a look at this from The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) website’s “Evidence Maps”. The statement is drawn from this article: Behavioral Stuttering Interventions for Children and Adolescents: […]
This guide is available on the Australian Stuttering Research Centre: http://sydney.edu.au/health-sciences/asrc/docs/lp_treatment_guide_2015.pdf This document is great for both parents and clinicians. The guide helps ensure that the therapy is delivered correctly. Parents can check if their child is indeed receiving the Lidcombe Program and not a ‘mish mash’ of approaches. Clinicians can refer to the guide […]
Dear Clients I have now just received my provider number from Medicare Australia. YAY!! This means that you will now be able to claim rebates with your insurance company. I have provided the HBF Item Numbers alongside the fees for easy reference. For international (telehealth) clients based outside of Australia, fees may also be charged […]
The Lidcombe Program website is now available to view: http://www.lidcombeprogram.org The site contains information for Speech Pathologists, families and caregivers, and teachers and health professionals. Enjoy!
Greetings! We are busy resettling into our new home here in Perth. The therapy room is currently being set up and organised. I am happy to take enquiries from any parents who are worried about their child’s stutter. I give obligation-free advice. Being informed and having choices is key to feeling less stressed about your […]