Early Intervention for

Is your toddler not speaking enough or even at all?

Help your child through early language intervention and speech therapy for late-talkers.

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Your Toddler’s Early Years Are Important.

From birth to the age of 5, your child develops crucial skills from walking, to talking. When your child having a difficult time with speech at an early age, it can impact their development process significantly.

Early intervention is highly recommended to get your child up to speed with their communication skills, and participate in your daily lives and conversations with minimal difficulty.

How Do I Know If My Toddler Needs Speech Therapy?

They may be experiencing speech and language delay if they…


… are unable to smile or engage in social interactions
(Birth—3 Months)


… only make a few sounds or don’t use basic gestures, like waving or pointing
(7—12 months)


… can’t understand what others are saying
(7 months—2 years)


… say fewer words than usual
(12—18 Months)


… are lacking social skills and have trouble talking with other children
(2—3 Years)


find early reading and writing difficult and may not want to do those activities
(2½–3 years)

from: American Speech-Language-Hearing Association

Other signs may be present with your child’s situation. If you’re concerned about their development, help your toddler by getting in touch with a speech-language pathologist soon.


How Apheleia Speech Therapy Can Help

Our pediatric speech therapists will aid you in supporting the development of your child’s social skills and language skills so they can be part of everyday situations in their life. You are a crucial part of a more holistic approach to speech therapy.
Apheleia Speech Therapy
Speech and Language Therapy
Your child’s personalized treatment plan will help with acquiring the right speech and language skills. An assigned speech therapist from our team will help you prevent further language delays in their toddler years.
Parent Coaching
Parent Coaching
We want to help you help them at the comfort of your home. Your speech therapist will teach you the best techniques speech-language pathology can offer so your child talks normally and happily.
Lauren Templeton - Apheleia Speech Therapy
Lauren Templeton

Owner & Speech-Language Pathologist

Get Started and See How it All Works

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