The American Academy of Pediatrics guidelines recommends that health care providers perform regular surveillance at every well-child visit for children under younger
Young children with speech and language delay/disorders in the preschool years may be at increased risk for learning disabilities once they reach
You should speak with your doctor at anytime you have concerns regarding your child’s speech and language development. If you feel your
The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association guidelines describe a language disorder as impaired comprehension or use of spoken, written, or other symbol systems. A
The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association guidelines describe a speech disorder as an impairment of the articulation of speech sounds, fluency, or voice.
A speech and language disorder implies that a child’s ability level is qualitatively different from their typically developing peers.
A speech and language delay is seen when a child is developing speech and language skills in the correct sequence but at
Research estimates that the prevalence of speech and language delays and disorders is between 5% and 12% of children between the ages