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Late Talker vs. Apraxia Q and A
FDA and 20/20 on
Interesting information about mercury
and speech disorders.
FDA 20/20 on Mercury
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Speech and Language Developmental
A developmental language chart that shows the typical age expectations.
Lots of other good research information information/links.
Growth Chart For Language Development
A developmental language chart that shows the typical age expectations
along with a sidebar that discusses when you should seek assistance.
Chart For Language
Speech and Language Problems
Information about speech delays and
disorders from Doreen B. Greenstein, Ph.D. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.
I am Sam Gopalan, an SLP working at present in the US.I have come up
with this idea of bringing up a new web site, Speech
Guru, to integrate all the therapeutic solutions each one of us have
acquired during our life journey to achieve the objective HEALTHY
COMMUNICATION FOR ALL. This web site equally regards views from patients
and family. Your support and assistance to make this a successful
endeavor will be highly appreciated at my end. This site mainly deals with
chat where you can discuss various issues pertaining to speech, language,
hearing, swallowing, communication and technology. You also can post
your research work, queries and share your professional experiences for
innovative clinical management. Please feel free to forward this
message to all your friends and colleagues.
Sowmya Narayanan Gopalan
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Identification Of Speech-Language Delays
Carol's Speech and Language
Information for professionals and
parents from an SLS from my home state of NJ!
Child Language Disorders
The Speech And Language
Q & A About Childhood
And Language Development
Late Talker List Serve
Latetalkers is a mailing list for individuals to discuss
speech delays: A friendly place to look for information, support, and resources.
List Owner is Karen.
Language And The Adolescent
Helping Your Child With Speech
"I read the comment about "Late Talking Children." As a professional and a parent, wouldn't it be better to seek professional help if your have questions rather than wait and see if your child is like Sowell's son. If a child turns five and is still now talking, you can never get back those precious learning years when intervention may have been appropriate. The American Speech
Language Hearing Association does not support the opinions or suggestions in this book. Many parents says positive things, but most professionals are
appalled with his advice. Yes, all children follow their own timetables, but all do not catch-up. Please seek professional help if you have questions.
Mary Dincher, Speech/Language Pathologist"
Of Speech Progress In Specific Words
From a parent with a child with apraxia
Written Examples Of Apraxic Speech
Normal Speech Development by Caroline Bowen
For Parents And Professionals
Learn about the childhood development from birth to age 3
From Zero To three
Early Detection Of Speech Delays And Disorders
For parents concerned with developmental language delays.
Detection Of Speech Delays And Disorders
Seek private evaluations from an
ASHA certified SLP (Speech Language Pathologist) as well as medical
evaluations from a neurologist and a developmental pediatrician who are knowledgeable
about apraxia as well as other disorders. Bring these evaluations to
your child's school with the guideline at this link which is a guidelines for
how much speech therapy a child should have in school.
Disorder Vs. Delay
A brief explanation of the difference between a simple delay and an actual
speech disorder. From The
Speech-Language Pathology Website.
Disorder Vs. Delay
Speech And Language Disorders
A fact-filled summary of speech and language disorders with references to
seeking assistance for your child.
Speech And Language
Statistical Terms In Language Testing
Terms Used in Language