Does My Child Need Speech Therapy?

Your child may benefit from speech and language therapy if he or she experiences difficulty with:

•Expressing needs and wants
•Forming complete, grammatically correct sentences
•Following directions
•Cognitive tasks such as understanding concepts needed for success at home and in school
•Engaging in play with peers
•Articulating sounds or words
•Answering or asking questions
•Talking using a smooth, clear, fluent tone of voice
•Drooling or poor oral motor control for speech and feeding

 

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