Knowing When There's a Problem.

Do you have concerns about your child’s ability to communicate or to understand language? When determining whether or not your child has a problem, it is helpful to know about typical speech and language development. Here are the ASHA (American Speech-Language-Hearing Association) guidelines for what your child should be doing by age: Birth to One Year One to Two Years Two to Three Years Three to Four Years Four to Five Years If you think your child may have a speech, language, or hearing problem, you should contact an ASHA-certified Speech-language pathologist (SLP) or an audiologist. An SLP will help people develop their communication abilities as well as treat speech, languages, swallowi

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