Signs of Speech Delays & What to Do Next Getting Started Children who are considered late talkers are those who have fewer than 50 words at age two and use limited or no two- or three-word combinations, such as “more juice.” Most late-talking todd..
If your child is a late talker or has other challenges with communication, early intervention will likely be recommended. A speech-language pathologist (SLP) can work with you to develop communication goals and objectives. These goals are usually updated ..
Late-talking children are those at age two with a vocabulary of fewer than 50 words and who use limited or no two- or three-word combinations, such as “more juice.” Most late-talking toddlers gradually catch up with their peers during the first years ..
The diagnosis of severe hearing loss or deafness presents parents with many choices. Complicating the choices are the controversies in the fields of education, medicine, and philosophy of deafness. Parents are faced with understanding all the educational,..
Good hearing is key to developing good speech and language skills. We know that the foundation for these skills develops during the critical early years from birth to age three years old. Unfortunately, hearing loss continues to be one of the most common ..
Is your child a late talker? Or does your child have other challenges with communication? Do you wonder whether your child might have a communication disorder? If so, you can contact your Pediatrician to discuss your concerns and in California you can als..