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How to Cope with a Speech Delay

by Nicole Etolen

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Coping with a speech delay in your child can be a major challenge. It’s hard when all your friends tell you about how their baby was speaking in complete sentences by age two, but your toddler has yet to even call you “mama.” Experts suggest that, while speech development varies, most babies should be able to speak around 50 words by their second birthday.  My son, however, couldn’t even say one word by age two.  While I wasn’t terribly concerned at 18 months, by age two, I really began to wonder if I should be worried about his lack of vocabulary skills.  I had extensive experience in coping with a speech delay, and I’d like to pass on what I learned to other parents who are dealing with this.

Coping with a Speech Delay

Tips for Coping with a Speech Delay

Do you have any tips for coping with a speech delay or any other developmental delays? We’d love to hear them.

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