Building a foundation for learning, one word at a time
Oral language is the ability to speak and listen. The development of thinking, reading, and writing abilities are closely linked to the development of oral language.
Developmental milestones are guidelines as to what a child should be doing. It’s important to understand that each child is unique and may acquire a skill slightly before or slightly after. If you have any concerns, we urge you to consult with your pediatrician immediately.
Language is the essential building block for learning, interacting, and building relationships. It is how children make sense of the world around them. During these early years, children begin to interact with their loved ones. A parent begins to notice gestures, then sounds and later words emerge. “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” ― Benjamin Franklin It is during this time that
One of the most frequently asked questions by parents. When should a referral be made? When is it too late for a skill to develop?