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Thread: Red Flags for Speech and Language Development

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    Default Red Flags for Speech and Language Development

    There are often threads on this subject and this resource summarizes pretty much most of the flags. Children, of course, are unique and do things in their own time, but there are some moments we, as parents, have to pay attention to and address as soon as possible on order to get help and intervention if needed.

    http://www.playingwithwords365.com/t...ent/red-flags/
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    Thanks for sharing!

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    i was going to post something about dd's speech. this eliminates the need for me to do that THANK YOU!


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    Thanks for sharing. DS was just evaluated by EI, and qualifies for speech therapy. He'll hopefully be starting next week!
    Jennifer


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    Thanks for sharing I enjoy articles like these.
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    That's a great site. The SLP who writes it is active in another group I joined and she's really knowledgeable.
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