I'm Katherine on paper, Kaye growing up, stuck with spelling Kaich to strangers, and called by many other names by circumstance. I love animals, especially my Sharpei Bruce, eating and cooking, singing and performing, occasionally knitting, breathing in new places, CrossFit, Super Mario Brothers, and my small, filtered circle of family and friends 💛
March 21, 2021

From 0 Months to 3 Years: Children’s Language Milestones (Filipino)

The most frequent question I hear from friends and clients is: “How do I know if my child’s speech and language development is delayed?” First, let me start with the simple answer: you need to watch out for their developmental milestones. So, to help you out, here is a quick guide for communication skills to watch out for during the most critical first 3 years of life. If you notice any of these missing, get in touch with your paediatrician. Also, inquire about the need for developmental screening. For the not so simple answer, consider a speech and language assessment […]
March 31, 2021

Windows to the World

* This is an excerpt from a previous blog dated March 30, 2012. Thought it especially relevant now, on this 2nd year in a lockdown, and international travel seems like a faraway dream. How these sentiments resonate with me now on entirely different level. Looking Out I always make it a point to look out the window when the plane begins its descent. Though I usually sleep most of the way, my body wakes when it feels the subtle plunging of the aircraft. To the dismay of the people beside me, I try to peer out the window even if […]
September 23, 2020

Voice Care Fact Sheets

There are so many claims as to what are good for our voices, and what are not. On my channel, I help weed through the facts and the bogus "tips". Free downloadable fact sheets are available here for your reference.
July 1, 2020

Teacher Kaye Talks | Speech Sound Development Chart

If you've seen Episode 5 and looking for that free chart I mentioned, it's here!
April 27, 2020

My COVID19 Lockdown Diaries

After just a week of taking it easy and acting like I was on holiday, I started to look for ways to keep myself occupied and productive.