Developmental Delays

Developmental milestones are determined by the average age at which children attain each skill. A developmental delay occurs when your child has the delayed achievement of one or more of his/her milestones. Children may also exhibit developmental disorders characterized by very strong "splinter skills" in an area of development while still exhibiting specific gaps or missing skills that should have been developed at a much earlier age. Therapists at Let's Talk are trained in child development and are able to address both delays and disorders in communication, social, fine and gross motor skills. We believe it is important to teach skills in a developmentally appropriate sequence and to fill in "gaps" in development as needed for specific children.

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By Tracy Vail, MS, CCC-SLP, Autism Consultant and Heather Forbes, MA, CCC-SLP, BCBA There is currently a great deal of debate in the field of speech-language pathology about the kinds of words that should be taught first to nonverbal (or minimally verbal) individuals with communication impairments...


We have visited many Speech and Occupational Therapists; however, we never found any that meet and exceed our expectations as does Let's Talk.  We moved to another county and still drive 75 minutes because we have seen so...

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