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Common Symptoms of a Language Delay

  1. Not babbling by the age of 15 months.

  2. Not talking by the age of two.

  3. Inability to speak in short sentences by the age of three.

  4. Difficulty following directions.

  5. Poor pronunciation or articulation.

  6. Difficulty putting words together in a sentence.

What can you do?

If you feel your child is showing any of these symptoms, you can contact a Speech-Language Pathologist in your area and request an evaluation.

Tip from our therapist:

  • Focus on communication, talk with your child daily, sing songs, and encourage imitation of sounds and gestures.

  • Read to your child! Start this when they are babies.

  • Use everyday situations.

  • To build on your Childs speech and language, talk your way through the day.

-Kristina Newby, M.A., CCC-SLP

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