Typical Speech and Language Development - Advance Your Speech
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Typical Speech and Language Development

What Is Language? What Is Speech?

Learn the difference between language and speech.


How Does Your Child Hear and Talk?

Charts of developmental milestones from birth to 5 and tips for parents


Early Detection of Speech, Language and Hearing Disorders

Information and tips for parents, families, and caregivers


Communication Development: Kindergarten–5th grade

What to expect from children in elementary school


Reading and Writing (Literacy)

Discover the importance of reading and writing development.


Social Language Use (Pragmatics)

Learn about the impact of social communication and interaction.


Learning More Than One Language

What should you expect when learning more than one language


Late Blooming or Language Problem: Information for Parents

Learn the difference between a language delay and a language problem.


Find more information at ASHA.org