Best Apps for Speech Delayed Toddlers – 2019

By Lori Ennis, M.S. Ed You’ve most likely heard it from your pediatrician, your family and your mama friends. “Every child is different,” and that is true. Every child is different when it comes to development, particularly with speech and language. But, when you recognize that your toddler’s language skills may be delayed, there are […]

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The Best Speech Delay Exercises and Activities for Toddlers

By Lori Ennis, M.S. Ed You want to know how to help your toddler with speech delay. It’s what parents do best—helping their children in areas where they need help. And, you’ve of course consulted a speech-language pathologist to ask how to deal with speech delay in toddlers so your little one can continue to […]

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Speech Delay vs. Autism

Speech delays in early childhood development are a common occurrence and there is no need to panic if your child is experiencing one. However, there are differences between your child being a late talker and experiencing a speech delay caused by autism. Being aware of these differences in speech delay vs. autism can help you […]

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Toddler Speech Guidelines: Should My Child Be Talking?

When you are a parent, you are always concerned with the development of your child and the first question you often find yourself asking is, when should my child start talking? Toddler speech guidelines can be very helpful is keeping up with your child’s development. While every child develops at his own pace, there are […]

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Speech Therapy for Toddlers

By Lori Ennis, M.S. Ed. One of the most exciting times in a parent’s life is watching as their little one’s vocabulary begins to open up. This is when our kids begin to show pieces of who they are in the words they use and say. From “Mama” and “Daddy” to “I do it by […]

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How Many Words Should A 20-Month-Old Say?

By Lori Ennis, M.S. Ed. ​It’s often said that parenting is the hardest job anyone will ever have. Still, parents find it the most rewarding, as there is nothing like watching the miraculous little human you mother or father grow and thrive (and often mirror you in the process!) as they turn into adults. But […]

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How to Get Your Toddler Talking

Encouraging your child to talk is one of the most important roles you will play as a parent. Although all this may seem daunting, with the right techniques you can make a difference and help your child work through toddler speech delay. One of those techniques includes the use of activities to help toddlers to […]

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