We had are middle son tested recently for speech intervention and he failed. He is 23 months old with only about 15 solid words down with alot that could possibly pass for other words like peez for please, ubby for bath tub, etc. He is trying, it's not that he unresponsive, but I was wondering if speech therapy would help? Or should I let him work at his own pace? Neither of our other kids have an issue with this. Our oldest was talking at 3 months and our youngest is 7 months but has several words already. Am I over reacting?
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My son has a speech delay and has been going though Early childhood invertion since Feb, it has help me out to say more words but not enough for his age so right now he will conuting with the speech thepary thought Early Childhood but once he turns 3 he will be goiing to special ed preschool to help more out more with his speech. My son has speech once a week at our house and we don't pay for it all. It's better to get help now before he turns 3.
Answer by LoriAnn87 at 9:53 AM on Sep. 13, 2010
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