Speech & Language Disorders
How do you know if you have a speech or language problem? Speech disorders are characterized by a difficulty in forming, speaking, or articulating words. Various treatments are available to assist you in overcoming your specific speech issue.
Throughout your child's language development, they should be reaching certain milestones on a periodic basis. Not reaching these milestones may indicate that your child has a speech or pathology disorder.More on Expressive Language Developmental Guidelines
It is generally agreed that misuse of the voice is the most common cause of voice problems in children. This misuse can take many forms. Here are some of our key tips on how your child can maintain a healthy voice as they age.More on Maintaining a Healthy Voice
A speech or language problem refers to any deviation from the assumed normal or standard speech or language pattern in your specific natural and regional environment. Here are some common symptoms that you or a loved might experience if you have speech and/or language problems.More on Speech, Language, Hearing Symptoms
Many children between the ages of two and six years may engage in periods of dysfluent speech when they are tired, excited or apprehensive about their lack of talking clearly. This is called Normal nonfluency.More on Stuttering and Fluency