Speech Development of Multiples
The importance of Speech Development has long been recognised and can be of particular concern to parents of multiples. MBSA is grateful to Rachel Althrop, TALK Speech Pathologist and her colleagues for preparing the following topics.
- A Parent’s Guide to Early Language Development
Marney Yeates provides an excellent break down of age groups and gives examples of the language indicators you can expect to see at each age.
- Multiples and Speech and Language Development
Rachel Althrop looks at some misconceptions surrounding twins and their language development. She also looks at “twin talk” and provides some sound advice on how to help your multiples.
- Activities to Encourage your Young Child’s Speech and Language
A list of activities to help with speech development.
- A Parent’s Guide to Stuttering
Sue Bryson has created a useful article about stuttering including signs to look out for.
MBSA wishes to advise its members that it has no affiliation with TALK and that the above information is provided to you without any endorsement of TALK or its services.
This information is of a general nature and should not replace the advice of a health care professional that can assess your child and their needs individually.