Speech Delay

Treating Speech Delay with a speech pathologist in Sydney

Parents need not be too worried about their children’s pronunciation until the children are about three to seven years old. It is at around this time that they begin to be able to correctly pronounce consonants like B, P, M and H.

If your child doesn’t talk even when seeming very interested in the letters of the alphabet, or is able to identify letters like A or Z by the age of two, you might have to be concerned, as this would be atypical.

Parents worried that their infants might have delayed verbal skills should consult a GP or even Speech and Language Pathologists to determine an appropriate course of action or therapy.

Learn more about the differences between Speakable's speech therapies for babies and toddlers and the ones for older children.

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