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The way children speak sounds different to adult speech because children make replacements of sounds that are typical in their development.
A child may be diagnosed with a phonological disorder if they have a number of the previously described processes persisting beyond the ages indicated
At Words In Motion Speech Pathology we have a passion for working with children with an Autism Spectrum Disorder and their families and carers.
Words In Motion Speech Pathology service the area of Caroline Springs in Melbourne's west, providing speech therapy to toddlers and children for a variety of issues.
While children vary in their development of speech, there are particular milestones that can be used as a guide to understanding what is age appropriate for a child.
Speech difficulties were once referred to as speech impediments, but this term is now quite outdated. Speech difficulties are identified by a Speech Pathologist through specialist assessment.
Speech Pathology is a crucial therapy for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and their families and carers. The team at Words In Motion are experienced in working with children with ASD.
There are a number of early signs of Autism Spectrum Disorder. This does not mean that a child has autism, but if you are observing these signs it might be a good idea to speak to a professional.
If a child's language is not developing as expected, they may be experiencing language difficulties or a disorder. Find out more here.