“Many parents are surprised when their early intervention speech therapist comes to their home and starts playing with their child and does not sit down at a table and practice flash cards of new words.
Parents may be concerned because their child is not talking, but what may be of more concern to an EI Speech therapist is that their child is not imitating.” – Early Intervention Support
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