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Late Talkers: A Variation of Normal Development? By Michelle MacRoy-Higgins, Ph.D., CCC-SLP

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“Late talkers” make up 15% of the toddler population. The language characteristics of the late talkers are not reflective of typical language development in the areas of word learning, phonology, morphology/syntax, and social skills. Dr. Michelle MacRoy-Higgins discusses why early intervention is important to provide speech and language services to late talkers.

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When to Visit the Audiologist, by Drs. Rivka Strom & Shirley Pollak, Audiologists

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Hearing challenges present themselves in different ways, especially with regards to children and adults. C?mon, we all remember the frustration we felt when asked to repeat ourselves to our grandparent or neighbor once again (for the fourth time!!!)?but what about that baby who is seemingly so content and happy but also quiet because he misses half of what is being said around him?.or what about the child who does not laugh at his friend?s joke

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