Handy Handouts - Articulation - When Should I Worry If My Child Is Behind?

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Handy Handouts - Articulation - When Should I Worry If My Child Is Behind?

Developing speech and language skills is a difficult task.  It is natural for young children to make mistakes in the process of learning to speak.  Most children eventually drop errors in their speech and develop normal speech patterns.  Some children continue to make errors beyond the age when other children have mastered those sounds.  It may be time to show concern if you observe one or more of the following...

  1. Family members have a hard time understanding your child
  2. A child demonstrates frustration because you don't understand his / her speech
  3. Your child shows no signs of frustration when trying to communicate, but you don't understand his / her speech.  

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