This week on Helpline in Focus, speech pathologist Sonia Bestulic answers all your questions about your child’s speech development, including:
- Whether growing up with several languages in the home will delay a child’s speech development
- If it’s normal for a 2-and-a-half-year-old to only string two words together (and how to encourage better speech)
- If it’s normal for a 3-year-old to replace ‘g’ and ‘k’ with ‘d’ or ‘t’
- If a 2-year-old should be speaking more than several words, and whether staying at home all day with only one other person may be holding her back
- Will a 4-year-old grow out of a lisp?
- How to stop a 5-year-old speaking for their 2-year-old sibling
- How to help a primary school-aged child to articulate their thoughts
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