Are you worried because your child is not yet speaking?
Does your child have trouble saying certain sounds/words?
Is your child having trouble understanding and following directions?
Does your child have poor eye contact and difficulty taking turns?
These are questions we, as parents, have when our child’s language development becomes a concern. If you suspect that your child is lacking communication skills or is having articulation problems, schedule a speech-language evaluation as soon as possible.
A speech and language evaluation will clearly identify areas of weakness and provide an assessment of your child’s skill level and age-based competency. Speech and language therapy services can then address these areas of weakness and close the gap, with the goal of advancing your child’s speech to the age-appropriate range. Please call us to discuss your concerns and to determine whether a speech and language evaluation is recommended.