Early Intervention Guide on Communication and Language Development By their second birthday, most children have a vocabulary of about 75-225 words and are beginning to combine words into two- to three-word phrases. While prevalence estimates vary, about 10 percent to 20 percent of 2-year-olds don’t reach this milestone and consequently may experience difficulties learning to …[Read More]
Learning to Communicate Babies are busy. There’s so much to do those first two years, like crying, smiling, waving, playing. They’re signs a child is learning to communicate. Parents are busy, too, so they need all the help they can get to identify the signs of age-appropriate communication — and what to do if those …[Read More]
Planning on attending CSHA 2020? Convergence 2020, the CSHA Annual Convention, will be held at the Anaheim Marriott, March 19-22, where nearly 3,000 SLPs, SLPAs, AuDs, students and medical professionals gather to share expertise, learn and connect. It’s the hub for cutting-edge workshops on evidence-based practices and recent advancements in the speech, language and hearing …[Read More]
The California Speech-Language Hearing Association (CSHA) has released an educational video and supporting online resource guide to help parents, medical professionals, educators and speech-language pathologists evaluate where a child is on the path to age-appropriate language skills and determine if intervention or support is needed.
The CSHA Annual Convention, Convergence 2020 (#CSHACon) will be held March 19-22 in Anaheim. This convention is the largest and most comprehensive learning experience for speech-language pathologists. It’s where 3,000 SLPs, SLPAs, AuDs, students and other professionals gather to share expertise, learn and connect. Submit your proposal by September 23, 2019.