By The Understood Team
Children can have a wide variety of speech and language issues. What causes them? What’s the difference between different issues? Here experts tackle key questions like these and point the way to possible solutions.
Dean Mancuso, Au.D., is assistant professor of audiology at Columbia University Medical Center, specializing in aural rehabilitation.
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Why Is My Child Having Trouble Remembering Directions and Lists?
Why Is My Child Having Trouble Finding the Right Word to Say?
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Mar 27th at 2:00 pm
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