What Can I Do to Help My Child’s Speech and Language?

The American Speech and Hearing Association (ASHA) provides valuable information for speech language pathologists and parents looking to aid their children in speech and language development. Follow the links below which will bring you to the official ASHA information regarding speech and language milestones and how you as a parent can help your child achieve them.
Birth to One Year

Two to Three Years

Three to Four Years

Four to Five Years

Activities to encourage speech and language development (Birth-6 years)

These links have been very useful for me as an SLP.  I often share these websites with families to give them somewhere to start to become part of the therapy process.  Also these links are helpful when determining if your child is meeting their speech and language milestones.  Please take and look and share with families who may be concerned about their child’s communication skills.

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