Children - Speech and Language Development Directory
Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about children's speech and language development, milestones in children's speech and language development, problems in children's speech and language development, treatment for children's speech and language development problems, and much more.
Your Baby's First Words
WebMD explores speech milestones for a baby. When will your child say his or her first words? And how can you encourage talking?
Recognizing Developmental Delays in Your Child: Ages 3 to 5
WebMD shows you how to spot developmental delays in children by age.
4- to 5-Year-Old Developmental Milestones: Cognitive, Language, and Motor Skills
WebMD discusses the developmental milestones reached by 4- to 5-year olds, including language and cognitive development.
Communicating With Your Baby Through Reading, Singing, and More
WebMD explains speech development in the first year of your child's life -- and how you can encourage it.
Does Your Child Have Hearing Loss?
Some 12,000 American children are born each year with impaired hearing.
Brain-Boosting Activities for Preschoolers: Reading, Games, Play, and More
Play, reading, puzzles, games, and socializing are among the activities that may help your preschooler's mind develop, experts tell WebMD.