If you are unsure about how your child’s speech and language is developing because they may appear to be unresponsive to vocal cues, or seem to be taking longer than their peers to speak in full sentences, the natural reaction may be to think the child might have speech and language delay. This may not always be the case. Read more
Speech and language development may give the impression they are the same thing. While they are related, they are also quite different.
is the verbal means of communications and consists of the rhythm of speech, the sounds produced, and how sounds are made. Read more
If you have noticed your child is not speaking as scheduled, there is no need to be alarmed. Speech and language development in children is progressive but the schedule of development is not strict. One child may speak slightly earlier and be more developed than another but it could just mean they are developing at a different pace and is to be expected. Read more