My daughter is 2 years old and only says five words: mom, thanks, hi , hot, and bye. Beyond speaking she is very advanced she knows her colors, body parts, and even most of the aphabet though she can't say a single letter. Her hearing is not comprimised, we have had her tested several times. I know she is still young but she is unable to communicate with anyone other than me and I mostly just guess. We have started with early intervention therapy and seeing a speech pathologist. I guess my question is has anyone else ever dealt with this kind of thing? I was hoping to start her in preschool next fall but how can I if she still doesn't speak? I do read to her everyday and work with flash cards also.
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