Talk to Me! — Treating Speech Delays in Adopted Children

If you suspect your child has a speech delay, don't wait — early diagnosis is key to effective treatment.

From the November/December 2008 issue.
A child overcoming a speech delay

Concerned about your child’s speech or language development? About 10 percent of all children have difficulties in this area. But early intervention can turn the most reluctant talker into a chatterbox.


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