Discover the expert strategies that will help you get your toddler talking more, frustrated less, and off to the best possible start with speech, language, and learning!
They play like other kids,
they’ve met all of their milestones…
Except one: They just aren’t talking.
20-30% of Late Talkers continue to struggle with language development (1)
Speech isn't just another developmental milestone.
It's the foundation for all learning!
But there's good news: early intervention DOES make a difference!
Research shows that early intervention—the sooner the better—is extremely effective for Late Talkers.
When we help toddlers early on, we can also help their language improve as well as other skills that depend on language, like reading, and social skills.
Hawa, V. V. & Spanoudis, G. (2014). Toddlers with delayed expressive language: An overview of the characteristics, risk factors and language outcomes. Researchers in Developmental Disabilities, 35, 400-407.
You spend more time with your child than a speech therapist ever could
Connection is at the heart of communication and you know and understand your child better than anyone else
Learning to talk happens during the small, everyday moments
Research shows that when parents learn strategies to help their late talking toddler, it is as effective—if not more effective—than when speech therapists deliver the therapy! (1)
It’s the small moments that add up make a big difference. Knowing how to respond during every day interactions like going for a walk and getting dressed add up to make a BIG difference.
Roberts, M., & Kaiser, A. (2011). The Effectiveness of Parent-Implemented Language Intervention: A Meta-Analysis. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 20, 180-199.
As a speech therapist specializing in working with little ones, I get to support families on their journey to those first words and beyond!
More importantly, I’m the mom of a toddler and I understand the magic and mess of toddlerhood. I know the effort it takes some days just to get out the door!
That’s why I’m here to share simple and easy to implement strategies that fit right into your (sometimes crazy) day.
These are the same strategies I share with parents in my Private Practice specializing in late-talking toddlers as well as at home, with my own little girl, to foster language and connection during everyday moments.
I’m so glad you’re here!
Your downloadable action plan will make it easy to quickly reference each strategy
Gain the confidence you need to know what to do to help your toddler talk
The best part-you'll see me using each strategy with my own toddler so you know exactly how to do it at home
Discover how to use everyday routines help your child use more words
Each strategy is research-based and designed specifically for late-talking toddlers
This course is taught by a Certified Speech Therapist specializing in working with toddlers
Taught by an Expert
Module 1: Tune-In to Turn the Language On:
Discover how to transform everyday moments into opportunities to jumpstart your child's speech and how to keep the momentum going
Module 2: Respond Like a Rockstar
Learn exactly how to talk like a Speech Pathologist that will make words easier for your child to learn and SAY
Module 3: Help them say (without saying, "say")
Learn why you can finally eliminate "say" from your vocabulary and exactly what to say and do instead (that actually works!) Includes my "Words that Work" Activity Guide, your blueprint for targeting the right words
Module 4: Read like a Speech Therapist!
Ever wonder how to read a book like a Speech Therapist? I'll show you how to transform books into vehicles for talking and build a love for reading early on.
Module 5: "Ready, Set, Go!"
I'll show you how turn everyday activities into routines that get your little one talking. Unlock the magic of simple and engaging activities that will keep your child asking for more!
Module 6: Prioritize Play
Not sure how to play? I've got you covered! I'll show you how to play and what to say to get your little one talking
"We love seeing the progress Iyla makes every week with these strategies!"
Monica, Parent of Iyla
"Late Talkers" are toddlers between 18-30 months old who are meeting all of their milestones, except for the words that they are saying
Yes! This course shows your exactly how to use strategies to be proactive with helping your child talk and will help you understand typical speech development
You have lifetime access to this course. Watch anytime it's convenient for you!
I'm a busy parent too! I understand how you only get small pockets of time here and there throughout the day.
I certainly don't have time for long videos, and I bet you don't either. That's why I kept the videos and the teaching points bite-sized. You'll be able to absorb the information better and take action faster. The entire course takes about an hour to watch
Yes! Knowing exactly how to support your child at home will help accelerate your child's progress in speech therapy.
Programs such as Early Intervention can be difficult to qualify for unless there is a significant delay, This course is meant to fill that gap.
I am a certified Speech Pathologist. I spent the first six years of my career working for the Birth-3 Program (ECI) and the past six years in Private Practice specializing in working with late-talking toddlers
parent of E
parent of C
-Parent of O
"I know every child goes through a stage where what they want to say exceeds what they can say, but with C it just went on and on! There were epic meltdowns and it was frustrating! Brooke showed us how to make learning new words fun!"
"I know you're not supposed to compare, but I would hear other kids his age talking in phrases and I would I get so worried! I would spiral wondering if he was always going to be behind. He says things now I never would have imagined. Thank you!"
All information presented on this website is for educational and informational purposes only and should not be taken as personal medical advice. Information should not replace the judgment of a licensed Speech-Language Pathologist who is evaluating and/or treating your child. It is the responsibility of the guardian to seek appropriate evaluation and treatment when they are concerned about their child. By using this website, you agree that you understand individual outcomes may vary
I'm so confident you will know exactly how to help your little one start talking, decrease their frustration, and feel confident doing it, that if you're not 100% delighted with the course, I'm happy to refund you! No questions asked! Just e-mail BrookeAndrews@TheSpeechDynamic.com
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