You Can Encourage
Speech Development in Your Child today
Are you concerned about your toddler’s speech development? Is your toddler not talking and you are left wondering what you can do? Are the Grandparents asking, “When is Devin going to start talking”? Maybe your child is in speech therapy already, but you’re sure there is more you can do…
If so, I’m glad you’ve found this site. My name is Tiffany Bartlett. I am a mother of three children and have studied speech therapy and worked as a speech assistant. When I left the professional world many of my friends, who were moms, would ask me:
- “How can I help my son learn to talk?”
- “Would you spend some time with our two year old and tell us what you think?”
- “I am concerned that my two year old is not talking. What can I do?"
There is something you can do: Play with Your Child
Yes that's right - Play! It's actually more than just playing - It's what I call directed or intentional play. I have compiled over 200 simple playful activities, you can use to encourage your child’s speech development.
I’ve used these activities with my own children and have shown my friends how to play with their kids to help them learn how to talk. Now, I would like to share some of these activities with you.
You can request a 3 week free trial by filling out the form at the top of this page. The trial includes activities that you can use at home to help your child. These activities are totally free and if used consistently will have an impact on your child’s speech growth.
Just fill out the form at the top of this page to receive these speech activities for toddlers.
'Talk' to you soon,
Tiffany Bartlett, B.Ed. (Elem.)
Friend and Mother of Three