My son is 20 months old but talks very less. He makes all sort of sounds that other kids makes, understands almost everything I say to him, but is not "willing" to speak ,though I know he can speak because at times he has spoken such words. Secondly at home we speak two languages and as already discussed on this forum most people suggested me that because of bilingual house , my child will be a little late learner. I totally agree on this, but still think to have his evaluation done by "Early Intervention(First Steps)". Does anybody has an experience in this . Can somebody tell me what should I expect in this type of evaluation. How the person talks to the child or what they will ask my child to do. I am asking this because I want my child to be prepared.Answer Question
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