Wondering if your child is using enough words? Or using them in them in an appropriate way? Is your child frustrated because they can understand language but have a difficult time communicating their own wants and needs? If you child experiences frustration when trying to express their ideas to others, they may need a little help. Expressive communication comes in many ways: cooing, babbling, pointing, gesturing, grunting, single words, or a few words together, or even kicking and screaming. Let's figure out what your child is trying to say and help them do so in an appropriate way.
Does your child have difficulty understanding directions (either written or spoken), can't show that they know what you're saying to them, or struggle to answer questions (who, what, where, when, why, how)?