Communication Milestones

Speech and language disorders can sometimes impact school learning including literacy, numeracy and social contact with other people. Long-term consequences of speech and language disorder include low academic performance, mental well-being harm, decreased opportunity for jobs and social exclusion.

Today we will list the communication milestones of speech and language for children from 12 months to 5 years! 

AT 12 MONTHS

UNDERSTANDING

SPEAKING

AT 18 MONTHS

UNDERSTANDING

SPEAKING

AT 2 years

UNDERSTANDING

SPEAKING

AT 3 years

UNDERSTANDING

SPEAKING

AT 5 years

UNDERSTANDING

SPEAKING

REFERENCES

Gillam, R., Montgomery, J., Evans, J. and Gillam, S., 2019. Cognitive predictors of sentence comprehension in children with and without developmental language disorder: Implications for assessment and treatment. International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 21(3), pp.240-251.

Gillam, S., Holbrook, S., Mecham, K. and Weller, D., 2018. Pull the Andon Rope on Working Memory Capacity Interventions Until We Know More. Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools, 49(3), pp.434-448.

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