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Speech Therapy Talk
October 17, 2014

Happy Fall Everyone!

Does your child have delayed speech? Do you need a quick guide for the parents of your students? We came up with some quick suggestions to get any child started on their home therapy program.

Delayed Speech: What You Can Do At Home

Speech Vs Language

Before we get to delayed speech and what you can do at home, let's do a quick review...

People tend to use speech and language interchangeably but they are quite different!

Speech refers to the sounds a child can say in a language. For example, can a child say his/her /s/ sound correctly or does it sound like a "th?"

Language refers to what a child understands (receptive language), what a child is able to say (expressive language/vocabulary/grammar).

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