Speech and Language Services
All of New Haven Schools provide speech and language support for children needing intervention in the following areas:

*Articulation (speech sounds, lisp, unintelligibility)
*Expressive Language
*Receptive Language
*Pragmatic Language (social language/peer interaction)
*Fluency (stuttering, rate of speech)
*Augmentative and Alternative Communication/Assistive Technology

Home Practice Strategies and Activities

* Home practice is key to maintaining good speech!
* Practice daily for at least 5 minutes.
* Let your child select motivating activities that interest them.
* Model "correct" sounds for your child from time to time.
* Incorporate practice into what you are already doing around the house.
* Communicate with your SLP!

Home Practice Websites

* http://www.uiowa.edu/~acadtech/phonetics/
* http://www.quia.com/pages/havefun.html
* http://www.home-speech-home.com/speech-therapy-word-lists.html
  (Targeted sounds in words for practice!)

Additional Resources
*Speech Sound Development Chart 

* How Does Your Child Hear and Speak?  What should they be doing at each age.

* Specific Speech and Language Disorders

* Stuttering Foundation

* Information Regarding Autism Spectrum Disorder

* Assistive Technology

* Additional Community Speech and Language Providers