Recognising a problem
Your child may have SLCN if:
- He or she is learning to talk much later than other children or
- Speaks in an unusual way
How can you tell?
- Look at free download -The Speech and Language Development Milestones to see at what age young children usually go through the stages of learning to talk
Speech and Language Development Milestones (245.2 KiB, 695 hits)
Identifying SLCN (1.2 MiB, 549 hits)
To find out more, read our free download on Identifying SLCN.
Think your child needs help?
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