Wellness - Mental Health | 3-18 yrs

Speech Therapy For Kids

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Children rely on speech to be able to learn at school and communicate their needs. But, some children have problem with speech.

In such cases, speech therapy can be an effective remedy. It is a treatment for speech and language disorders like understanding words and putting together sentences.

Children who have language issues can benefit socially, emotionally and academically from speech therapy.

Learn more about speech therapy by going through this ClipBook.

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Communication Is Vital

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What Is Speech Therapy?

Speech therapy is a treatment for speech and language disorders. A speech disorder involves a problem producing words and sounds, whereas a language disorder refers to a difficulty understanding words and putting together sentences and ideas for ...

Telling The Difference Between Bilingualism And A Speech Disorder

The most common ways to spot speech disorders include looking for stuttering issues, problems with articulation and coherence of sentences. According to research, 5-8% of preschoolers suffer from a speech-language disorder, making it one of the mo...

How To Know If A Child Needs A Speech Therapist

According to research, speech and language problems in children are not uncommon. Knowing what is and isn't normal when it comes to language and speech development is extremely important. Here are some signs your child might need speech therapy.

Ways A Speech-Language Pathologist Can Help Your Child

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Speech Therapy For Toddlers: 5 Great Tips

Kimberly Scanlon is a licensed speech pathologist and author of My Toddler Talks and Learning to Read is a Ball. This video is perfect for parents of late talkers or language delayed children.

Activities To Encourage Speech And Language Development

There are lots of activities that you can do to develop your child’s speech and help them produce more words. Want to know what they are?

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