If your child is having problems talking, he may have a speech delay. Here you'll learn about speech delays, when you should worry, and how to find a great speech therapist.
Is stuttering a normal speech pattern for toddlers?
What to do when your child isn't talking, and your family thinks he should be.
Will your pediatrician make the correct diagnosis?
Does my child have a problem or is she just a late bloomer?
If you suspect your child has difficulties with speech, speak up. The key to treating language disorders is early intervention.
Jan Faull, MEd, answers a parent's question about activities that encourage verbalization.
Solve your child's speech imperfections.
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Dr. Alan Greene answers the question, What should parents do to help babies who aren't talking?