This week on Helpline in Focus, author and speech pathologist Sonia Bestulic helps parents understand their child’s speech development. She helps parents with the following scenarios:
- A two-and-a-half-year-old who has roughly 20 words but rarely connects two
- Does a three-year-old with new grommets need ongoing support from a speech pathologist?
- A four-and-a-half-year-old who speaks a lot (and so fast that others can’t always understand him)
- An almost-five-year-old who can’t pronounce her Ls and Rs
- A five-year-old who talks a lot (and fast) but also mumbles a lot
- How to help a child with a speech sound disorder who has just started kindergarten learn to read
- How many words should a 16-month-old have?
- Understanding lisps
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Concerned about your child's language development? Unsure if they need assistance with their speech? Today on Helpline in Focus LIVE we have speech pathologist Sonia Bestulic here to answer your questions on whether or not assessment or intervention may help your child with their speech and language development.Post your questions about your little one's speech and language in the comments and Sonia will answer as many questions as she can!
Posted by Babyology on Wednesday, May 12, 2021