Identify the Signs of Speech Language Disorders


Signs of Speech and Language Disorders

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Identify the signs of possible speech disorders I’m Counting on YOU!

A few possible areas of concern:

Children and Youth

  • Does not interact socially (infancy and older)
  • Does not follow or understand what you say (starting at 1 year)
  • Says only a few sounds, words, or gestures (18 months to 2 years)
  • Words are not easily understood (18 months to 2 years)
  • Does not combine words (starting at 2 years)
  • Struggles to say sounds or words (3 to 4 years)

For detailed information on Identify the Signs visit the Identify the Signs website.
www.IdentifytheSigns.org

Questions about development? Please ask a speech language pathologist!

When is it time to see a speech therapist?

Anytime you have a concern! Speech language pathologists can help answer your questions about child development, determine when testing might be helpful, and help explain how and when speech therapy might be the right course to take.

If you have questions regarding your child’s development, please call a speech language pathologist. This is a call you don’t want to delay! There is so much we can do to help children develop, waiting to see what happens is NOT one of them!

512-250-8706   info@capitalareaspeech.com