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Speechie Library Talks

Would you like to help to develop your child’s language and literacy skills?

Listening, understanding, and speaking skills are important for good literacy.

Speech pathologists work with children and families to help to build the foundations on which literacy skills develop and help support a healthy transition into literacy.

Meet your local speech pathologist, enjoy a reading of one of Speech Pathology Australia’s Book of the Year winning books and find out more about how you can support your child’s language and literacy development at home.

For more information see the program below, phone 1300 135 668, or ask at your nearest library branch.

Bookings are required for most events and can be made by phoning 1300 135 668, in person at any library branch, or by using our online booking service.

Speechie pathology talk with Jinnie Goodlake

Tuesday 16 November 6:30-7:30pm
Cheltenham Library

12 Stanley Ave,
Cheltenham VIC 3192

This Speechie Talk, presented by local speech pathologist Jinnie Goodlake on behalf of Speech Pathology Australia, is aimed at parents of children aged 5-8 years.
Find out how to support your child's speech, communication and literacy development.

Speechie pathology talk with Danielle Rigoni

Saturday 27 November 10-11am
Dingley Village Library

31C Marcus Rd,
Dingley Village VIC 3172

This Speechie Talk, presented by local speech pathologist Danielle Rigoni on behalf of Speech Pathology Australia, is aimed at parents of children aged 0-3 years.

Find out how to support your child's speech, communication and literacy development.

Speechie pathology talk with Daphne Chen

Tuesday 23 November 10:30-11:30am
Westall Library

35 Fairbank Rd,
Clayton South VIC 3169

This Speechie Talk, presented by local speech pathologist Daphne Chen on behalf of Speech Pathology Australia, is aimed at parents of children aged 3-5 years.

Find out how to support your child's speech, communication and literacy development.

Please note: session changes may be made in line with Government regulations. Check our opening hours for the latest updates.