Talking toddlers can have a wide variety of ability. Do you ever wonder if your toddler is on track with their speech and language development?
Speech-Language and Audiology Canada has outlined some things to look for with talking toddlers.
18 to 24 months:
- Understand more words than he/she can say
- Say two words together (e.g., More juice)
- Ask simple questions (e.g., What’s that?)
- Take turns in a conversation
24 to 36 months:
- Use sentences of three or more words most of the time
- Understand different concepts (e.g., in-on; up-down)
- Follow two-part directions (e.g., take the book and put it on the table)
- Answer simple questions (e.g., Where is the car?)
- Participate in short conversations
If you’re concerned about your toddler’s speech and language development, we can help!
Assessment and treatment of speech and language delays and disorders are now offered at the clinic with Jill Morgan!