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The ability to communicate is important for daily living, including the development of social relationships. Children learn to communicate in stages, with articulation and language developing independently. To understand verbal communication development, it is important to understand the difference between speech (articulation) and language.
Children vary in their rate of development. However, speech and language development generally occurs as follows:
The Division of Speech-Language Pathology at Cincinnati Children’s hosts a variety of continuing education events.
If you would like more information about speech pathology events, contact Lauren Collins at email@example.com or 513-803-3356.
We engage in research across multiple conditions, including voice and voice disorders, feeding and swallowing issues, resonance disorders and VPI, and speech / language disorders.
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