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Children

Children develop their language skills at different rates, but there is a general pattern to children's talking and listening skills. If your child is having difficulty understanding what you say, and/or being understood by others, we highly recommended a full speech and language assessment.

For children under five, early intervention is critical in ensuring your child meets their developmental milestones./

Development of Sounds

Children use language to:

  • Learn about themselves
  • Learn about their own, and other cultures
  • Participate in class
  • Interact with others and form friendships
  • Analyse information
  • Use their imagination
  • Make decisions about personal and social issues

Any difficulties with speech and/or language development can lead to difficulties academically and in participating socially with peers.

For more information on school age development, see our school based therapy section.
 

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