Toddlers: 24 Months+

Early Intervention

Hey! So my, now, two year old is starting Early Intervention next week. He's a ridiculously bright boy but has a speech delay. 

Could anyone share their experiences with the program? Just want to get a real idea of how his session will look so we can feel a bit more prepared, I guess. 
Ziggy       <3 07/2018-08/2018 <3
Micah      <3 10/2015

Re: Early Intervention

  • We have had ei since birth. Speech therapy will sometimes give them oral motor skills that they teach you to work with your student. They may want you to do sign language, they asked us to but when dd picked up on words we stopped it. Most therapist will be play based and give you pointers on things to do at home. 
    Of all of our therapies, speech is probably the hardest because p.t. can make your child move but it's hard to make a kid talk, if they don't want. 
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