My child is stuttering: is this normal?
Stuttering is not a normal part of development. If your child is stuttering, you should contact a Speech Pathologist.
My child has a lisp: is this normal?
There are different types of lisps; some are normal up to a certain age, while other lisps are abnormal. If your child has a lisp, you should contact a Speech Pathologist.
My child has problems with his voice: is this normal?
Having troubles with voice sometimes occurs in children, but is not normal. If your child has problems with her voice, you should contact a Speech Pathologist.
My child’s teacher is concerned but I’m not. What should I do?
Find out the concerns of the teacher and consult these milestones. If in doubt, it is better to get your child assessed than to ignore a potential problem. Communication problems can have long-term effects on social and academic progress, emotional well-being, relationships and work opportunities. If in doubt, check it out! Contact a Speech Pathologist today.