When to Consider a Speech-Language Screening

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Written by: Treisha Wan

In parenting and education, the common belief is that a child must exhibit serious concerns before considering a speech-language screening. However, taking a proactive approach to screenings provides valuable insights into your child’s growth and ways to support their development. Screenings serve as a guide to assess if a more in-depth evaluation is necessary. Opting for a screening allows you to consult an experienced speech-language pathologist (SLP) who has interacted with your child and can offer specific recommendations. Here are seven signs that may indicate your student would benefit from a screening:

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