How To Talk To My Child
&
Improve Speech and Language Skills

How to talk to my child to help develop speech and language skills. This one of the most important skills to learn as a parent,  especially a parent of young children. 

This can make or break your child’s speech and language development especially if you have a late talker or a history of speech and language delays in your family.

The GREAT news is, it is EXTREMELY simple. You don’t have buy anything or take a class.

Click on the age of your child and find out how best to talk to your child to improve your child’s speech and language skills.

Baby
Toddler
School Age

Why Do I Need To Learn This?

We can help our children develop their speech and language skills easily just by talking and playing with them. It is that simple! But, they key is to do it right!

There is no trick or gimmick. Just a few simple steps!

Shouldn't I Already Know This?

How to talk to your child seems like it would be intuitive.

Well....it should be, BUT, with all the pressure from the media, books, websites, and so-called-experts, things have gotten a little lost along the way.

I will help you filter through all the non-sense that is not necessary and get back to the basics. You can now enjoy your time with your little ones instead of worrying about what's the "next thing" you should be doing. 

For tips on how to best talk to a baby, read how to talk to my child: baby. 

For tips on how to best talk to your toddler, read how to talk to my toddler.

For tips on how to best talk to your older child, read how to talk to my school-age child. 

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Bridget is an ASHA certified, practicing speech language pathologist. She is passionate about providing parents with information on child speech and language development as well as provide functional, easy activities to do at home! Parents have the power to make a real difference.

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