Research suggests that the first six months of life are the most critical to a child’s development of language skills. For an individual to become sufficiently skilled in any language, they must be exposed to the language as early as possible, preferably before school age.
Is your child saying single words and starting to put two words together?
Can your child share a simple turn-taking game without having a tantrum?
Can your child understand simple instructions?
Can your child express their needs without getting frustrated?
Can you understand what your child wants, without guessing?
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Spend a minimum of five minutes a day to teach your toddler to talk, understand, and play to become a competent communicator.
If your child has delayed speech and language, it is important to seek help from a speech and language therapist/pathologist who will support you and your child.
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