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speech pathologist,  specialist  Dr. Samad Mukati
Specialist in Speech Pathology

V.Professor/ Coordinator Academic Support,University of Central Florida

Is your child's speech difficult to understand?

Research shows that 14-20% of pre-school children and 5% of school aged children may experience some speech and / or language difficulties. These difficulties can impact on relationships with family and friends, as well as educational performance.

Normal Language Learning

By the time a child is 4, a substantial part of spoken language development has been established. The rate and pattern of this development can vary. For example, a child's development may be.


Speech-Language Pathology

Speech-language pathologists help individuals to overcome and prevent communication problems in language, speech, voice, and fluency. These difficulties may be caused by accidents, genetic disorders such as cleft palate, or by delayed development.

While speech-language pathologists can help people of all ages, the pre-school years are the most critical for speech and language development. Referrals to a speech-language pathologist are made by family doctors, public health nurses, infant development specialists, preschool teachers or social workers. Self-referrals can also be made.

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