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Welcome to teachmetotalk.com! If this is your first visit, I'd like to tell you how I recommend "first ...
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Interpreting Test Scores in Toddlers and Preschoolers – “Teach Me To Talk with Laura and Kate” on Thursday, February 12, 2009

Join Kate and me this week for Teach Me To Talk with Laura and Kate on Thursday, February ...
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“Red Flags” That Warrant a Referral for Early Intervention or Preschool Therapy Services

At teachmetotalk.com I get so many questions from parents who want to know if their child should be ...
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Keeping Your Finger on the Pulse of Normal….Advice for Therapists

I am always amazed when I hear a therapist (Speech, OT, or PT) tell me that they don't ...
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How to Find An Early Intervention Program in Your Area

If you're worried that your toddler's language, cognitive, social, or motor skills are delayed, by federal law (Public ...
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Making the Leap from Words to Phrases…. Tips for Helping Your Toddler Learn to Combine Words

Making the Leap from Words to Phrases Research tells us that toddlers with typically developing language possess a ...
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Teaching Your Toddler to Answer Questions – Receptive and Expressive Language Delay Issues

Many toddlers with language delays have difficulty learning to answer questions. Common problems include: Repeating or the last ...
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Why Can’t My Child Talk? Common Types of Speech and Language Disorders

Why Can’t My Child Talk… Common Types of Communication Delays There are between three and six million children ...
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First 100 Words – Advancing Your Toddler’s Vocabulary With Words and Signs

Now that your child can say or sign a few common words, you need to begin to expand ...
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Questions about Late Talking

A reader named Andrea posted this series of questions on Friday. Her questions are so similar to those ...
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Are My Child’s Language Skills Normal? Compare your child to the standards listed below.

Age Ranges Minimal Expectations (If your child cannot perform these skills by the end of the age range, ...
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INFORMATION FOR PARENTS OF A TODDLER WITH LANGUAGE OR SPEECH DELAY As a pediatric speech-language pathologist, I often ...
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When To Worry… Signs of Speech & Language Delays

What's the number one factor that unites good mothers across cultural, social, and economic boundaries? (I'll give you ...
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