“SLP’s, as they are called for short, are the specialists that help your child with speech, talking and communication.
However you may be surprised at how broad this field of speech-language pathology really is and just how many skill areas SLPs are trained to build and expand in young children.”
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- Early Intervention Speech Therapy: Why Does It Look Like Just Play
- The Sensory Connection: An OT and SLP Team Approach
- What is the Difference Between Speech and Language?
For more reading about speech therapy:
The Teaching of Talking: Learn to Do Expert Speech Therapy at Home With Children and AdultsThe Late Talker: What to Do If Your Child Isn’t Talking YetMy Toddler Talks: Strategies and Activities to Promote Your Child’s Language DevelopmentApraxia of Speech Workbook: 100 activities to improve speech articulation and develop phonological awareness in kids with apraxia, aphasia and dyslexia