Parenting Tips (2 to 4 year olds)

Are You Ignoring Your Toddler’s Delayed Speech?

Why a wait and see approach to delayed language development isn't always a wise choice

If you answered yes to the question  “Are you ignoring your toddler’s delayed speech*?” please keep reading. You may have heard comments such as:  “don’t worry he will talk when he is ready” or “it’s ok, Einstein didn’t talk until…
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My Child Understands But Doesn’t Speak – Read This!

“My child understands but doesn’t speak” is something that all speech pathologists have heard. While most of the time this is probably true, there are some cases in which the child has learned strategies to make it look like he is understanding when he isn’t. I will show you how to detect true understanding.

Speech Delay In Toddlers: 19 Red Flags To Watch For

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  UPDATED MARCH 2018 Children develop at different rates. Some children walk at 9 months where others don’t take their first steps until 15 months.  Both of these are considered normal. The same goes for speech and language development.  …
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