What activities do you recommend to support speech and language development for a young child with Down syndrome?

Learning to talk is a challenge for most children with Down syndrome. Many children will benefit from regular support targeted at their specific speech and language needs. This should include activities to promote speech skills and activities to explicitly teach vocabulary and grammar. Activities supporting the earliest speech skills can start from around 6 months.


Picture of a child with Down syndrome learning speech sounds

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