At the age of 2, a child has a vocabulary of at least 50-100 words. If your child is still only using a few words and has not caught up with peers, it could be the sign of a language delay.
Speech-language pathologist Reg. CASLPO
Jeanette Podolsky is a Speech-language pathologist Reg. CASLPO and the clinical director of Speech Therapy Centtres of Canada Ltd. Jeanette created the Speech Therapy Centres of Canada in 2008 as she wanted to provide access for those in need. With innovative and creative service offerings the Speech Therapy Centres of Canada has become the place to go for all communication issues.
Trying to determine if a child needs treatment for speech and language delay can be difficult and stressful for parents. Each child expresses him or herself differently and it may be natural for children not to follow the expected milestones exactly as they're described.
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The main goal of speech therapy for a transitioning individual is to alter one's speech to better represent his/her new sense of self. Speech is not something people generally think about, but it can be a significant aspect in defining one's self. Our voice plays a huge role in how we see ourselves and how we present ourselves to others.
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