The foundation of language chart above provides a simplified view of language development to show how early language development supports future academic achievement. Because we so often take language for granted and schools often downplay the impact of speech and language challenges after the third grade, it is easy not to realize, that even small speech […]
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What we think about our ability to learn matters What we think about our ability to learn matters. Believing that we can only learn a fixed amount, or that others can only learn a fixed amount, does not offer anyone the opportunity to grow. Without the belief that we can learn and grow, a “C” […]
Parents fear that their child’s language based learning disability will limit opportunities, but with additional supports like speech/language therapy this is not true.
Three year toddler speaking in sentences, but his grandparents and your friends have a difficult time understanding him. Does he have a speech disorder? Does he need speech therapy. How do you decide whether to treat or not? First, what sounds does he have in words, phrases, and sentences? At three he should have the […]