• Arden Anglican

The middle of the year is an important time to reflect on your children’s learning progress, whether it’s putting additional supports in place at school or getting your child ready to start their first year of primary school.

It’s normal for parents to become concerned about their child’s milestones and growth when it comes to literacy and numeracy, communication, social skills and wellbeing.

There are a number of things to look out for that may indicate that your child is struggling at school or preschool. Challenging behaviour, difficulty following instructions or avoiding taking part in activities are just some of the signs that might point to a learning difficulty.

Learning Links, a Sydney based not for profit organisation, established over 50 years ago to support children with learning difficulties, offers a range of services for children and families.

With over five centres across Sydney, including Bella Vista, and an extensive range of online programs, support and resources, Learning Links offers a multi-disciplinary approach offering Psychology, Speech Therapy and Specialist Tutoring support for each child, as well as building the capacity of parents and care givers to support children at home.

To find out more, visit the dedicated families support hub with free articles, parent webinars and other useful resources around learning difficulties or speak to the team about how Learning Links’ experienced professionals can best support your child.

Call 1300 003 900 or visit www.learninglinks.org.au