Special Report: Your Child's Speech and Language Development

Speech and language skills are crucial to your child's development. Here's how to identify problems and get help if you need it.

Speech and language skills are an important part of a baby's development
"Vic has difficulty using adjectives and pronouns, and sometimes it sounds as if he doesn’t know the difference between male and female.” “Our son, Camden, never jabbered. He would learn a few words and then we’d hear nothing. Time would go by and we would hear a new word, then not hear it again. It was if he were learning them, storing them, and moving on.” Like a child’s first steps, first words are a milestone that parents eagerly await. ...

What you need to know to assess your child’s speech and language skills, and how to get help if you suspect trouble.


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