What's the difference between speech and language?

Speech is how we say sounds and words. It includes: articulation, voice and fluency. Language refers to the words we use and how we use them to share ideas and get what we want. See the link below for more info.

How do I know what's "normal" for my child?

All children develop differently, but there are speech and language developmental milestones we use to help determine if there's a potential problem. See the link below for developmental information by age.

What does a Speech & Language Pathologist treat and how?

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Speech-Language Pathologists or "SLPs" treat a variety of communication disorders related to: articulation, expressive/receptive language, feeding, swallowing and cognition. We use evidenced based techniques in order to make the best decisions and treatment plans to help your child communicate.